“Sometimes I think I am invincible and sometimes I convince myself that this is something. But I’ve met plenty of girls before and I’ve only kissed her twice.”
If you want to reminisce about your teenage summers, enjoy a good book or just a good cry, This One Summer is the book for you.
How to make chile salt for your fruit (to make it taste fruitier, of course) and eat oatmeal in August that won’t involve you sweating directly into it!
With new books by Roxane Gay, Hannah Hart, Sarah Waters, Radclyffe and more, there are lots of things to read and talk about.
Beat the heat with the fruitiest, coolest, and most refreshing thing to hit the summer since you, darlin’.
Really considered making Strawberry Shortcake Bar numbers 1-10.
The air may be hot and the sun burn-y, but at least there are tomatoes. Here’s a couple of recipes to make delicious use of peak-season tomatoes.
Will it blend? (Yes.)
How to stay chill when it’s hot hot hot.
From appetizers to kebabs to fish to steak to chicken to tofu to veggies to dessert, we’ve got you covered.
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean your neverending avalanche of feelings has abated.
First of all, I don’t care if the festival is at a beach resort, in the middle of a cornfield or on actual Mars, I will never wear white to anything.
This is our time to listen to the songs of summer love and gush to each other about those moments of perfect queer summer bliss.
We need to eat more foods that are classified as “burpless.”
Staying cool while being the hottest porch on the block with delicious homemade lemonade.
Pasta salads don’t have to be gross.
The only shirt you need this summer. Also known as another post on button front shirts, because they’re my life force.
Today I want to talk about how to dress for work when it’s super fucking hot outside and you don’t wear dresses.
How to emerge from that pool of sweat looking fabulous, for humans who wear dresses and makeup.
Where sour + cheese = DELICIOUS DESSERT.