Weekly Roundup: What To Read This Weekend


We might not be weekend warriors in the most traditional sense of the phrase, but we certainly know how to enjoy our free time. Here’s what we’ll be reading during our downtime.

Language: Author and creative icon Susan Sontag wrote about beauty versus interestingness—and what we really mean when we use those words, via Brain Pickings.

Food: Go ahead and order the chocolate soufflé. It’s good for you (sort of), via New York Times.

Sleep: For those up past their bedtimes, here are 30 interesting facts about snoozing that’ll put you to sleep in no time, via Time.

Inspiration: We want to see all the places you’ve been taking your favorite bag, from your neighborhood haunt to a far-flung locale. Instagram a photo with hashtag #totewell by May 19th for a chance to win one of three $1,000 Madewell shopping sprees. (Just don’t make us too jealous.) Click here for details.

Word: culaccino (n.; Italian): the ring left on a table by a cold glass, particularly on surfaces that show their age well, like wood or stone.

Like what you see? That’s our Chambray Workbench Top, Skinny Skinny Jeans and d’Orsay Flat.

Very special thanks to Happy Bones NYC.

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