February 27th, 2020
Books

A Good Book Is A Good Idea

With Coronavirus concerns, the stock market tumble, Mercury retrograde, and a stressful house renovation, hunkering down with a good book feels like a good idea. Always Home, a memoir by Alice Waters’ daughter Fanny Singer, and Live Beautiful by EyeSwoon editor Athena Calderone, are out in March.

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SAINT LAURENT

Suzanne medium hobo bag in smooth leather

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Nia gathered-neck belted midi dress

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Cotton and wool tweed midi dress

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Parker leather sandals

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Merino wool sweater

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Jenna cropped cotton-blend slim-leg trousers

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Crossover leather wedge sandals

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Twill midi dress

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Cel-V two-strap neoprene sandals

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High-rise skinny jeans

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  • I’m would be more concerned about cancer, shingles, a car accident, or breaking a bone than the coronavirus. I think it’s always wise to be prepared and aware and practice good health and hygiene practices, but short of that, there is nothing anyone can do to avoid getting a nasty virus of any sort. It’s as if our country is hooked on crises and without a big problem, there isn’t any news to report. The home renovation sounds the most stressful to me. : ))

    PaulaFebruary 27th, 2020  12:50 PM

     
  • Ditto …

    DebFebruary 27th, 2020  1:51 PM

     
  • We are truly kindred spirits. I ordered the book live beautiful last week. I can’t wait to get it.

    TracyFebruary 27th, 2020  8:02 PM

     
  • AMEN to your comments, Paula! Couldn’t agree more with your sane and pragmatic perspective. I hope many are listening.

    AliFebruary 27th, 2020  9:42 PM

     
  • Paula, I couldn’t agree with you more. I have been an RN for 35 years in a prominent teaching hospital and although the Coronavirus is a new concern to be prepared for, it is certainly not the hysterical situation that the media portrays. We have the best healthcare in the World. If your doctors and nurses start to panic, then worry! Otherwise, carry on and live your good life everyone! Oh, and WASH your hands and COVER your coughing and sneezing, religiously. xo

    SherryFebruary 27th, 2020  10:08 PM

     

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