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  1. This world we live in feels a little different today. I woke up in a terrible mood and didn’t want to get out of bed. Twitter brought on a mini rage stroke, so I deleted the app and decided to take some time to pull myself together. Knowing that doing something makes me feel better than doing …

  2. Over plates of spaghetti, a girlfriend recently said, “If you are having a negative reaction to someone’s Instagram photo, it says more about you than it does them.” We were discussing the latest Instagram post from someone we both found both fascinating and controversial. Instagram has been a common topic of conversation with my close girlfriends these days. My friend has …

  3. Each month, Wit & Delight will be introducing a new editorial theme. Blog posts from myself and contributors will be inspired by these themes and explored through words, visuals, pun, and articles. For weekly updates and additional content featuring our favorite finds from around the web-o-sphere, sign up for our email list. If you’d like to …

  4. I know few people who are sad to see 2016 go. Joe and I joke that the only good thing that happened this year, was the birth of our son. Times of trial and division have happened in our history countless times before, but never have we personally had such proximity to the events themselves. Sometimes it …

  5. You may know her best as Princess Leia, but Carrie Fisher was a heroine in real life, too. RIP Carrie. Thank you for all you’ve done. Read more about how Carrie used her platform to help fight mental health stigma at TIME.com.  She was also a prolific writer; NYMag has a round up of her most memorable quotes …

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  7. Ready or not, Christmas came and went and now we’re looking towards the new year. That time of year to celebrate with friends and family and to remember the important things in life. It’s been an unbelievable year, and I’m looking forward to a little R&R. The Wit & Delight team will be taking some time …

  8. Our monthly reading edits are compiled by Francine Thompson, W&D’s Content Manager, Bridgette Dutkowski, W&D’s Project Manager, and me! Every month we get together to talk about the content going on W&D for the upcoming weeks, which is most often inspired by articles, timely topics, and cultural touch points outside the lifestyle category. We hope that we enjoy these links …

  9. How are you? I bet you’ve been asked this question at least once before your morning coffee. The formality of “how are you” is so ingrained in the way we greet one another it’s become less of question and more of a choreographed back in forth between two humans. The answer one expects, “fine, how are you?” is just …

  10. Dear readers, After going dark for a few days, I’m back online and no less shaken and saddened by the current discourse in our communities locally and across the web. While we don’t cover politics on W&D, last Tuesday’s result will affect all of us. Maybe, I’m seeing my country clearly for the first time. It’s easy to view these …

  11. Our monthly reading edits are compiled by Francine Thompson, W&D’s Content Manager, Bridgette Dutkowski, W&D’s Project Manager, and me! Every month we get together to talk about the content going on W&D for the upcoming weeks, which is most often inspired by articles, timely topics, and cultural touch points outside the lifestyle category. We hope that we enjoy these links …

  12. Our monthly reading edits are compiled by Francine Thompson, W&D’s Content Manager, Bridgette Dutkowski, W&D’s Project Manager, and me! Every month we get together to talk about the content going on W&D for the upcoming weeks, which is most often inspired by articles, timely topics, and cultural touch points outside the lifestyle category. We hope that we enjoy these links …

  13. Our monthly reading edits are compiled by Francine Thompson, W&D’s Content Manager, Bridgette Dutkowski, W&D’s Project Manager, and me! Every month we get together to talk about the content going on W&D for the upcoming weeks, which is most often inspired by articles, timely topics, and cultural touch points outside the lifestyle category. We hope that we enjoy these links …