After two months of having been without our beloved Patrick, Iâ€™m able to look at dogs again without bursting into tears… well, usually. This dog, Rusty Rodas, has an Instagram and it is epic.
There are many things I love about Man Repeller. But far above all the reasons lies Leandraâ€™s courageous honesty. Her life, personality, closetâ€”all can ignite a flame of jealousy in the best of us, but thatâ€™s not her intention. You just know it from reading her words. She genuinely wants to have a community within Man Repeller. She cares. She wants you to know sheâ€™s just as real as her readers. And in a time when Instagramming and Blogging have taken a turn for the unattainableâ€”perfect homes, “little ole papas & mamas,” and unblemished imagesâ€”itâ€™s so effing refreshing. No matter your home, your lot in life, your career, your closet… we are all humans. And being a human is hard. Why deny it? So thank you, Leandra. Thank you for your openness. And thank you for plucking this issue right out of my heart (and brain for that matter).
Iâ€™m rereading Tiny Beautiful Things for what seems like the hundredth time. Itâ€™s just as good as the first time. And just as relevant as ever. Here are 10 of the best entries from the Dear, Sugar column (ofÂ which the book is compiled).