It’s Good Friday. Here are a few good things to do. Things to do that do good. Good things that will make your day better.

  •  Extend happy hour so that it blends into night time. You still get to go out, but you get home at a good hour, and if you’re hungover you can sleep in.
  • Or! Stay in and watch a movie in your bed so that you have all the energy you need to make Saturday awesome.
  • Build a fort with blankets.

fort made out of blankets

  • Read this article about awesome DIY ways to make your backyard magical this Summer. Like drilling holes and putting marbles in your fence, just so the light catches them and makes everything pretty.

DIY marble fence

  • Watch this video of Pascale Honore, who was left paraplegic by a car accident, who loves the ocean. Her son’s friend, Tyron Swan, came up with a plan to get her closer to the sea: he strapped her to his back and took her out with him on his surfboard.
  • Read this story on “The Overprotected Kid” and how a preoccupation with safety has stripped childhood of independence, risk taking, and discovery.
  • Donate to the ASPCA in honor of all rescued animals.

goofy rescued animal

  • Watch the “Evolution of Hip Hop Dancing”


Jimmy Fallon

  • Read a poem, poems are cool.
  • Our article about the food drought will get you thinking about why we need to change the way we do things.
  • Get a workout in.
  • Get some comfort food and eat all of it.
  • Try vegan icecream.
  • Watch Cloody the bunny taking a bath like a human being.


Cloody the Bunny

  • Interesting watch: George Nelson’s longtime aide-de-camp, Hilda Longinotti, recounts some of the greatest anecdotes from her 21-year run at the legendary New York City design atelier.
  • War On Drugs new album is really good, take a listen.


War On Drugs “Disappearing”

  • Plan a NYC getaway to NY state at Graham and Co.
  • Say “there is no place like home” three times.
  • Go walk around a book store and hear the silence.
  • Read Gabriel García Márquez:

“He allowed himself to be swayed by his conviction that human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them, but that life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves.”
― Gabriel Garcí­a MárquezLove in the Time of Cholera

xo SHK 

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