June Link List


Not a surprise, a lot of links this month are related to the BLM movement and Coronavirus. Take it or leave it.

Around the Interwebs

If you only click on one link today, make it this one: Voter registration deadlines. Make sure you’re registered in your state!

It does not matter if you’re good.

Experts way the risks of 14 summer activities.

This is why we can’t let up. It’s been setting in on me that this is like a cycle.

Here’s how to discuss unconscious bias.

How to make this moment the turning point for real change.

A resource guide for anti-racism and being an ally.

When 511 Epidemiologists Expect to Fly, Hug and Do 18 Other Everyday Activities Again.

How to scorch a casual gaslighter.

How white women can use their privilege to end racism.

A 400-square-foot London loft

These 6 minutes have stayed with me and I have “referenced” them in conversations.

Eight habits many would like to keep post-lockdown.

The virus will win.

Have you seen this Pandemic risk scorecard? I’ll definitely not be doing most of these things anytime soon. 

Around the blogosphere

20 books to read about white privilege and being anti-racist.

What color is nude?

How I feel right now as a black woman.

The health benefits of turmeric. I’ve started taking it a month ago.


Mini Crochet Lamb Pattern. Cuuute!

15 paper leaves templates.

How to make a battery-operated outdoor light.

For my runner friends

How to increase your race pace. New runners are obsessed with their paces (I was one of them), but this post is really good, because it points out that you develop fitness over months and years, not days and weeks. It took me a few years to really see a significant increase in my paces.

4 research-back reasons why you should exercise for stress relief.

Running and hydration. Do you drink enough?

Is planking part of your strength training? Plank benefits for runners.


That looks like the perfect BBQ side dish: Middle Eastern Fattoush Salad.

I am a fan of one pot meals, aren’t you? One Pan Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato and Spinach Tortellini.

I have sourdough discard and would love to try these sourdough pancakes.

Share a good link with me in the comments!

  1. Lots of good things for me to read this month. I need to keep your post up in my browser and read some of these articles when I have downtime at work!

    Thanks for the prompt to check that I’m registered to vote. We got a postcard yesterday that said records show that a resident in this house isn’t registered. Phil was confident he was registered and I was 99% sure I had but now I’ve confirmed I’m registered.

    1. You’re welcome. :) I am glad you checked on your voter registration!

  2. Thanks for sharing all of these! COVID definitely has me super nervous still – and even more so that people are out and about and not being cautious anymore. Obviously not everyone, but a lot of people seem to not care, don’t think it’s as bad as we’ve been told, or I don’t know…that it’s gone?? lol

    1. You’re welcome :)

  3. Thanks for all the links!
    That New York Times article on when 511 epidemiologists will do everyday things again.
    Although I’m not an expert, I agree with all their estimates.
    We have a local marathon with thousands of participants that is supposed to happen in September. They still haven’t cancelled it.
    Sometimes people are just stubborn and think the virus will just magically go away.

    1. You’re welcome. I thought the NYT article was so good.

  4. Thank you for adding me the list. Keep it up.

    David Dack

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