Mid-Week Procrastination: Vol. 16

I did not think that there would be that much to share this week since it’s only been 3 days since my last Saturday Scroll post and that’s not a lot of time for new content, but it’s actually a pretty solid line up this week. Including the usual whiplash as we move from Chinese American international relations to Keke Palmer, to make up to climate change. Please enjoy!

I have been completely sold on getting HBO after reading this list of the best TV shows of 2022, of which the only one I’ve seen in The Bear.

This is a very interesting article about/interview of a professor who disagrees with North America’s politician about China.

There’s finally a CDC-approved N95 with a clear window for the hearing-impaired! Well not really for them, since they may not be the one’s who will wear it, but it will benefit them the most.

I am so glad that Keke Palmer got back on everyone’s radars in the past year.

Another, this time much more in depth, piece about body sizes as trends.

I really enjoyed this breakdown of house music (which is interesting, because it’s not always a genre I enjoy).

It’s time to start worrying about DACA again.

If like on my FYP that video about a decidual cast popped up, you should read this for more info.

I shed a tear or two reading this interview with the Blue’s Clues boys (Steve, Joe and Josh). Also, are the Blue’s Clues boys hot??

I have not been loving a lot of the makeup products I have bought in the past few months, and I will be turning to this round-up of TikTok famous products for when I need a restock.

How climate change is changing the summer European travel season.

I was recently talking to a friend about how as much as I adore modern medicine, I do wish we could still get a prescription for time by the sea, or to “take the airs”, and this piece about Bath, England reminded me of that.

This is a beautiful reflection on chores, of all things.

What do the nodes mean in Astrology?

An abortion haven that is inaccessible.

How to consume clothing in a more eco-friendly way, beyond thrifting.

The most stylish characters of 2022. This list caused some chatter on social media, but I found it fun and tongue-in-cheek and what else is fashion supposed to be?

Have a great rest of your week!


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