My career has always been somewhat difficult to explain to people outside my field.
My boss is retiring, and our office is dipping our toes back into communal meals and celebrations.
Dear Miriam, I just found out that a friend of a friend holds some bigoted beliefs that I find extremely problematic.
I recently went peach picking with a friend. I ate a peach (or two) while we were in the field, and my friend waited until we paid to eat from her own basket.
Now that my kids are at camp for the summer (thank God!), what are the ethics of throwing away things?
The kids on my block play together frequently, and one or another of them will often go inside to get a snack to share, something like a big bag of chips, or a sleeve of cookies, that sort of thing.
In this almost post-COVID world that contains both a lot of outdoor entertaining and an increasing amount of summertime heat, what are the best practices for staying comfortable and respecting other people outside?
What are your thoughts on mask-wearing in situations that are no longer considered, by current guidelines, to be necessary?
I recently had some colleagues and friends send me a few gift baskets with food items.
About 10 years ago, I was part of starting a book club, which has met regularly since then and been a significant part of my social life.