1. I stumbled on this article through another article and I loved how Samin Nosrat describes the connection between foods, friendship and memories. It also made me want to cook tofu as she describes, which is something I’ve done only a handful of times. [New York Times]

2. Is the pandemic marking the end of perfectionism? [Refinery29]

3. This is a long article (Feige sent it to me with a note that said “set aside 30 minutes to read, hahah”), but a very good one. It goes into practical advice on managing emotional health whether you are an individual contributor, employee or a manager. It features Liz and mollie, who if you’re not following them (@lizandmollie) on instagram go do it. Their illustrations of work and life are brilliant and so on point. [First Round Review]

4. 6 ways to spice your food that aren’t salt. [Taste]

5. If you have bangs or layers and are desperate for a cut, here’s how to do it at home. Personally, I’m holding out for my hairdresser. [Goop]

6. A guide to correcting your posture to avoid a sore back, plus some things you can get to make your WFH situation more comfortable. [Greatist]

7. Seeing as facemasks are now a regular item worn, this article provides some useful tips on preventing skin problems that can occur from wearing a facemask like dryness, acne or itching. [Dermastore]

8. Your lock down etiquette questions answered. I liked the advice given with regards to showing politeness and friendliness while wearing a mask which covers your facial expression (smile with your eyes, be vocal, pay attention to your body language). [Man Repeller]

9. Some good advice on refueling when you feel emotionally drained. [HBR]

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