& resources, recommendations, a prompt, etc.
Here’s what I have for you today:
Call to action
Have I told y’all I have a new website?
Because I have a new website. Didn’t you hear?
I’m still in the process of sourcing products, but it’s basically going to be an online marketplace dedicated to showcasing a wide array of goods from our global community of artists & creatives.
Interested in sustainability, our catalog is made up of ethically-sourced—and mostly small-batch—goods. Many are handmade, and others are a curation of hand-picked vintage in an effort to limit landfill contributions & encourage sustainability.
I’m having a lot of fun—or at least I will, once someone buys something.
You can view it right here:
Many of you know that I’ve been on a year-long journey toward finding sunscreens I can actually bear to wear daily. I can’t stand the heavy ~feel~ of a lot of them, and I absolutely refuse to go out in the world with a white cast, looking like a vampire.
For anyone in search of light, easy-to-apply sunscreens, I’ve been a long-time fan of Cerave’s Ultra-Light, *but* it only comes in SPF 30.
That said, my new favorite, slightly more protective, one is Supergoop’s SPF line. I’m wearing this today (SPF 50), which is really easy to apply on-the-go—and I just ordered the Unseen Sunscreen and the Glow Screen (SPF 40), too.
In case anyone else is trying to take better care of their skin (mood),
you can get $10 off purchase of $65+ at this link.
I’ve been thinking a lot about about list-poems.
(That is, poems that utilize the “list” form.)
Here are a few I’ve encountered recently:
Call to action:
Try one for yourself!
I don’t know what it means to be lyric anymore.
God lacks the imagination / to tender without shame.
I can’t wait / to be forgotten.
No one writes / me get well cards / anymore.
Josh Wallace 🌻🌻🌻 @wildwallacepixI still can't get over being able to observe this Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) for over an hour yesterday https://t.co/II8bT9sGDS
That’s all I have for you today!
Stay healthy, sane, & keep looking out for each other—
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