Scary Mommy: Making Time for Date Night Because It’s Easier Than Divorce (Hard to argue with the logic here, but I cannot for the life of me imagine this actually happening weekly in the real world for me or any other couple I know.)

Washington Post: 15 Endangered Travel Destinations (Confirming my suspicions that “Glacier National Park” needs to be on our shortlist).

The Guardian: 5 Childrens’ Books Every Adult Should Read

Washington Post: Driven to the end: Olympic cyclist Kelly Catlin could do it all. Until it all became too much.  (This is the saddest thing I’ve read in I don’t know how long….my god, what have we done to our children?)

“…suicide has been on a consistent rise among individuals born between 1982 and 1999. Kat Giordano, Kelly’s former roommate at Stanford who discovered her body, has experienced the highs and lows of existing in a culture that seems to have convinced its young people that being average is unacceptable — leading some to grow up believing they must be exceptional or die trying.”


Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. I’m only halfway through this book, but I am now trying to restrain myself from ripping through the rest of it because I don’t want it to end. This is the kind of book I end up reading at stoplights because I just want to know what happens next.