Read This Before You Decide To Leave The City For Good
The pandemic is pushing some people out of cities. Sometimes it’s unavoidable but sometimes we can wait it out. Here’s some encouragement to stay.
Brittany is a bookseller and mother who lives in Chinatown, NYC. She wrote this piece for us about reading habits during quarantine—turns out it’s not quite as straightforward as reading during healthier times, but still offers a chance for escape and new perspectives. And isn’t that what we’re all looking for?
How much is too much? How little is too little? Are their brain cells withering with each minute of Sesame Street? Is their social aptitude declining with each thumbed move of a pixelated character? We suspect there’s a balanced response to the idea of screen time for our kids.
Coronavirus has stolen so much of what makes us feel human. But not forever.
Spread rainbows, not coronavirus! 🌈 Paint a rainbow on your window as a sign of solidarity and hope to your neighbors—and yourself—while you’re stuck inside. Then go on a rainbow hunt with the kids!
With school closures and work-from-home policies being implemented to flatten the curve of coronavirus, what can we do to stay sane and help our neighbors? We’ve got ideas. And elbow bumps.