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Hosts Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, who you might know as the co-founders of the website Of a Kind (RIP!) or the co-authors of the book Work Wife, are all about discovery and enthusiasm. We've heard this weekly podcast described as a 'unique mix of urgent discussions of non-urgent things and thoughtful discussions of important, and often otherwise ignored, things,' and we're very much on board with that take.

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Hosts Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, who you might know as the co-founders of the website Of a Kind (RIP!) or the co-authors of the book Work Wife, are all about discovery and enthusiasm. We've heard this weekly podcast described as a 'unique mix of urgent discussions of non-urgent things and thoughtful discussions of important, and often otherwise ignored, things,' and we're very much on board with that take.

    How We’re Eating Our Eggs, Organizing Our Homes, and Wearing Wide-Legs Pants in This Weather

    How We’re Eating Our Eggs, Organizing Our Homes, and Wearing Wide-Legs Pants in This Weather

    It’s total mid-February vibes around here, as evidenced by the fact that we’re entertaining ourselves with new egg preparations and spending our weekend nights getting our jewelry in order. And when we do leave the house? Well, we’re pulling on the tallest, warmest socks we can come by.
     
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    It’s all about tall socks for wide-leg pants in the winter, especially ones from Richer Poorer and Raey.
    Alert, alert: Weleda Skin Food now comes in body-butter form.
    We’re living in a peak organization era. Shout out to The Container Store (for Elfa, of course, and also linen drawer dividers), Yamazaki (see: this TP stand, this side table trash can, this towel rack, this leaning coat rack, and whole slew of jewelry organizers), Muji (see: more jewelry organizers), Marie Kondo’s shop, Hay (very into these plastic crates), Kept (this excellent laundry hamper), Open Spaces (especially nice-looking shelf risers), and Food52 (we won’t shut up about them, we know).
    Dims furniture is real cute. Claire has their bar cart, and we both want their vanity.
    The latest in (our) egg prep: cooked in cream, Julia Turshen’s fried eggs with yogurt method, and a French omelet via this Bon App video (start at 17:07).
    Are trendy egg brands a thing? Happy Egg Co. and Vital Farms make us think so. (Sidenote: Kate’s Homemade Butter—try it.)
    Give Biossance Squalane + Lactic Acid Resurfacing Night Serum a go. It’s 20% off with the code ATHINGORTWO20.
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    Our Most Enthusiastic Tokyo and Kyoto Recs—and How to Shop The RealReal

    Our Most Enthusiastic Tokyo and Kyoto Recs—and How to Shop The RealReal

    Taking a vacation to Japan is overwhelming. Sharing travel picks is overwhelming. Shopping online consignment is overwhelming. But you know what? We went ahead and tackled it all here, and we’re pretty proud of ourselves, thanks.
     
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    For Claire, true RealReal browsing is all about the app. But there is, of course, also a (slightly less addictive) website.
    Another online consignment shop to check out: Luxury Garage Sale.
    Why not set sale alerts for your go-to brands on ShopStyle, too? 
    Our six Tokyo picks! A Yomiuri Giants baseball game, the Yanaka neighborhood for wandering around, Gyoza Ro for dumplings, Mikawa Zezankyo for an outrageous tempura dinner (that you can book on OpenTable), Hakusan Porcelain for truly stunning ceramics, and Kappabashi Shopping District for the restaurant-supply shops (including Kamata knife shop) that will have you thinking about buying another suitcase.
    What we loved in Kyoto! Kyoto International Manga Museum for an anime deep-dive (which turned Claire onto the Nana series), Kyomachiya Hotel Shiki Juraku, the Kitano Tenmangu shrine monthly flea market (on the 25th of the month), the 550-year-old soba restaurant Owariya (aside: Try Cocoron in NYC, too), and Shoraian Tofu Restaurant for lunch in the bamboo forest.
    A cheat rec (in a good way): the *art island* Naoshima and the Benesse House Museum, where you can also stay.
    Try the very buzzy Biossance Squalane + Lactic Acid Resurfacing Night Serum—and get 20% off with the code ATHINGORTWO20.
    YAY. 
     
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    Phil Chang’s Wild—and Hugely Informative—IG and Vacuums that Don’t Suck

    Phil Chang’s Wild—and Hugely Informative—IG and Vacuums that Don’t Suck

    We’ve got some real dirt today—or, rather, we have ways to clean it up (including a stick vac that’s maybe falling out of favor?) and a guest who’s dishing it on his Stories, which we consider must-see IG. Tune in and then hit up @heyphilchang to see what we mean...
     
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    You can find our show notes over at claireanderica.com now. Look at us.
     
    Our robot vacuum endorsements: Neato XV-21 Pet & Allergy Automatic Vacuum Cleaner and iRobot Roomba 960.
    A somewhat controversial hand vac rec: Black & Decker Pivot Vac.
    Everybody’s favorite, the Dyson Stick Vac—Claire has the V10, and Erica has the V8—but, wait, should Consumer Reports have us reconsidering?
    Cam is a Miele fan and will someday be the proud owner of this toy one. Should his brand loyalty change, he could also get a Dyson.
    Follow Phil Chang’s WILD Instagram. It’s all about his Stories.
    Further reading from the L.A. Times on Tommy Le, an unarmed Vietnamese-American 20 year old who was shot and killed by a Seattle police officer.
    To get all that news, Phil uses the RSS reader Feedly and follows ProPublica, FAIR, Southern Poverty Law Center, Nieman Lab, The Intercept, and The Guardian.
    Also, podcasts! Phil heartily endorses Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan, America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed, Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes, The Guardian’s Audio Long Reads, and Stay Tuned with Preet.
    Do a deep-dive into Sharon Choi, Parasite director Bong Joon-ho’s translator, starting with this Guardian article. And for more on female translators in general, check out this episode of Call Your Girlfriend.
    A book that will have you wanting to book the next flight to Seoul: The Birth of Korean Cool.
    Get a whole $50 off some cool Noemie fine jewelry with the code ATHINGORTWO.
    Try BetterHelp online counseling—use ATHINGORTWO for 10% off your first month.
    YAY.
     
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    Motherhood, One Year In, and Gluten-Free Bunnies

    Motherhood, One Year In, and Gluten-Free Bunnies

    Congrats to Cam on his first bday and to Claire on her one-year motherhood anniversary! We’ll get into all of the learnings—and bathtime struggles. But first: a rabbit whose diet is raw, vegan, now grain-free. How very 2020 of her.
     
    The linkage:
    Ash’s wonderful vet, Catnip & Carrots.
    Meaghan O’Connell on breastfeeding and hormones for The Cut.
    For pelvic floor and postpartum incontinence stuff, look into Michele McGurk of Danu Physical Therapy in Brooklyn and Rachel Welch of Revolution Motherhood in Manhattan, in Brooklyn, and on the internet.
    Underwear for the fourth trimester! From Nyssa.
    To understand baby developmental leaps, give The Wonder Weeks app a download.
    Products! You knew they were coming. It’s all about the Snoo (which you can rent), the BabyBjorn Bouncer, the Colugo compact stroller, and the Charlie Crane levo baby bouncer.
    Erin Boyle of Reading My Tea Leaves shares intel on the Buy Nothing Project here.
     
    www.Biossance.com w/ Code ATHINGORTWO20 for 20% off your full-sized purchase
     
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    Checking in With Your Unemployed Hosts

    Checking in With Your Unemployed Hosts

    A couple of months ago, we went deep on what it felt like to shut down our company Of a Kind (dig into that episode here), and now, with more distance, we have plenty of fresh new takeaways to share. Spoiler alert: We have no idea what our professional futures hold, and we’re cool with that.
     
    The linkage:
    For further listening on brushing scams, try this Planet Money ep and/or this Reply All one.
    Here's Wendy Macnaughton’s IG post that made us feel seen.
    Check out Zola and get 50% off wedding save the dates!
    YAY.
     
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    The Tyranny of Tights, Drinking and Not Drinking, and Where We Shop Now

    The Tyranny of Tights, Drinking and Not Drinking, and Where We Shop Now

    Are black tights getting you down? Are you looking to investigate your alcohol consumption? Are you searching for some new places to shop? This is not an infomercial—it’s just an intro to all that awaits you in this week’s grab bag of an ep.
     
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    Our fave stores, for fashion and accessories: Idun, Kick Pleat, Noodle Stories, Love Adorned, Esqueleto, Lizzie Fortunato (don’t sleep on the Fortune Finds home goods either!), Lisa Says Gah, Garmentory, Concrete + Water, and Ban.do.
    Shops we love, for home and gifty stuff: Food52, Collyer’s Mansion, Primary Essentials, Coming Soon, Homecoming, Hawkins New York, and Leif.
    Tall (definitely investment) boots: Stuart Weitzman’s Lowland and Loeffler Randall's Gia ones.
    Sheer tights! Wolford Individual 10s are just great.
    Some drinking stuff: Omission GF beer and madeira, beloved by George Washington.
     
    Some non-drinking stuff: Curious Elixirs, Kin Euphorics, Recess, Proteau, Zero Proof dinner series, The Goods article on how 2019 changed the way we drink, Tempest, and a NYT opinion column on A.A. and women (that came out after we recorded and is too relevant not to include!).
    Betterhelp.com/ATHINGORTWO for 10% off your first month!
    HelloNoemie.com/ATHINGORTWO for $50 off your first purchase!
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