What to read if your feeling green: The Atlantic's Are Tote Bags Good for the Environment?
Whether they're delicately handled designer goods or a promotional product dirtied by daily wear, few totes are made to last long enough to obtain the number of uses required to reach resource-expenditure parity with the plastic bags they were meant to supplant.
... Ecologically speaking, the best practice for tote bags might be one of two extremes: use them all the time, or not at all.
What to read if you don't know where to start: Gala's On Making A "Fuck That" List
Without the flipside — the “negative” stuff — we can’t see our blessings, and we don’t know what we want.
It’s okay to start there. Looking at what terrifies you, your fears, and the things that keep you awake at night, is an excellent way to figure out what motivates you.
What to read if you're feeling existential: Darling Magazine's Why Talking About Death Should Be a Natural Part of Life
What if the result of grieving was to restore what has been lost? When someone has died, the pressure to let go can actually complicate grief and trigger depression. Rather than saying goodbye and shutting the door, what if we invited our memories along with us?