How will you be celebrating the Spring Equinox (and thus, the brand new astrological year)? Running and twirling in a field of grass while wearing layers of lace? Dying eggs and planting tulips as far as the eye can see?
Whatever you choose, do it with a little bounce in your step and a fresh new audiobook in your ears.
The best friends are the ones who can deliver the perfect deadpan one liner, make you laugh until you’re doubled over, and still have a lot of heart. Meet your new favorite pals in these audiobooks of essays by Black authors that are simultaneously laugh-out-loud funny, sharp, and poignant. READ MORE
Are you looking for a little love token to give a valentine or palentine without breaking the bank? Go DIY this Valentine’s Day with some handmade Crepe Paper Chocolate Cosmos from Lia Griffith’s Crepe Paper Flowers: The Beginner’s Guide to Making and Arranging Beautiful Blooms. READ MORE
Independent heroines, sharp social commentary, and the complicated business of love are all staples of Jane Austen novels that have proven timeless. Oh, alright, and she writes romantic leads who make downright dreamy declarations of love. Perhaps that’s why every February, we find ourselves with the remote in hand, queueing up one of the many brilliant Austen film adaptations (and debating our friends about which one is the best). READ MORE
It’s officially February, the biggest month for loooove. If you need us, we’ll be prepping for Cupid’s visit on the 14th by listening to these swoony stories starring Black protagonists, and taste-testing any heart-shaped candy samplers that come our way. READ MORE
Sometimes the brain just needs to go on standby mode, and the only thing that will do the trick is harking back to simpler times. Bust out those childhood colored pencils and get to work on these 5 lovely coloring pages that will zen you out, whether you’re an expert illustrator or more of a mid-meeting doodler. READ MORE