At Home and Away’s Best of 2021

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Welcome. When I received the annual report of the songs I listened to most last year from the streaming music service of my choice, many were by pianist Hania Rani. I wasn’t used to Lani’s work until one of my colleagues, art director Jaspal Riyait, included Lani’s “F major” in the best picks of 2020.

Would you like to celebrate Christmas this weekend? If you are collecting safely, or if you are not collecting at all. Whether you’re at home or on an adventure, we hope you’ll find something that will entertain, inspire, and delight you with our selection of Best of 2021 at Home and Away Teams. These are books, movies, TV shows, recipes. , Snacks and other things have helped my colleagues lead a fulfilling cultural life over the past year. Perhaps among them are artists, ideas and customs that will help you do so next year.

  • “White Lotus.” Music, cast, dark humor — this is all I’ve been anxious for, and it has temporarily met my endless binging needs.

  • New Mexico. After a long time, I took a real vacation on an airplane. I forgot how much I enjoyed it in a completely different landscape. It was refreshing to say the least.

  • “French dispatch.” This was my first and last theater movie experience in 2021. I loved movies, but my biggest point was how much I missed the popcorn in the cinema.

  • Topochiko. OK, it may be fashionable, but I’m a foam sucker in a glass bottle.

  • ramen. I was able to eat ramen at any time and with any meal. Winter and summer. All kinds. It does not matter.

  • Disney +.. During the day, streaming services are a surefire way to attract our children. At night, escape to other content (often the new Marvel show). What would a pandemic family do without it?

  • Patagonia fleece. Fleece is the perfect garment for working at home. Patagonia is the best. They are like sweaters, but they are more sturdy and comfortable. They are warm, not too warm, and casual, not too casual.

  • Yeti mug.. Another pandemic staple is my Yeti 14 oz. Rambler mug. It is extremely durable, fits both inside and outside, and keeps your coffee warm for over an hour.

  • Road & Truck Magazine.. I have always loved luxury cars. And in an era when luxury car prices never seemed unmanageable, my Patagonia, often sipping my Yeti mug, rather than reading about them and staring at them in the photos. I’m wearing a fleece.

  • A small oversized garden at the entrance to Russell Street to McGorrick Park in Brooklyn.

  • Clean clothes and the soft scent of Dreft baby detergent.

  • Bassam Tariq’s mogul mogul-a crazy drama about a British Pakistani rapper interweaving political history, identity crises, and dark surreal sequences-has stayed in my mind for weeks.

  • Grow light. With a simple and inexpensive LED setup, I was able to grow sunflowers in the kitchen in January.

  • Think for yourself about the recipe for the carrot cake of Dori Greenspan.

  • Incense. My taste remains simple (sandalwood, nag champa), but illuminating these sticks and slowly scenting them is still a meaningful ritual.

  • Korean lessons. I applied for a remote lesson in Korean. It was better than I expected to spend an hour a week listening to, working with, and studying a language I’m familiar with, but I usually don’t have the opportunity to use it in my daily life.

  • Wool leggings.. When the cold season begins, there are always moments of appreciation for investing in these leggings as you find them and pull them out from behind the dresser.

  • Jin Jin Jinja Chu.. I always hated ginger, but as long as I mixed sugar with this chewy candy substance (tapioca starch), middle-aged people brought me a little closer to its soothing quality.

  • “History of the Eagles.” There’s a lot of talk about recent documentaries from other bands, so I recommend checking out this two-part composition about Eagles. It spans the long and complex history of the unstoppable band. No matter what you think about them, it’s a good personality study.

  • “As before” by Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen.. This song! “Wait inside as before / avoid as many people as before.” This is my favorite song of the year. This is the acoustic version.

  • Almond scented candles. There are many types of almond candles out there (Etsy has many good ones). Some smell like biscotti, others like marzipan. Chandler often adds cherry accents. My ideal almond scented candle smells like the pink liquid hand soap found in many bathrooms in airports and offices. I found great comfort in having a house that smells like cookies.

  • Make yogurt. I watched this Thundercuts video and couldn’t believe how easy it was.

  • Reading instead of the internet. I’m not the only one who noticed that it takes a lot of effort to log off and read for a long time, but I’m surprised at how much I can read and how much I need to read in an hour. Masu (and amazed). Look at my cell phone and show me for an hour.

  • Stretch the quadriceps. Many other body pains and squeaks have been found to be improved by intentionally stretching the thigh muscles daily.

  • Old music. It’s strange and exciting to revisit albums I haven’t listened to for decades, such as Throwing Muses’ Hunkpapa, Tracy Chapman’s New Beginning, and Richard Buckner’s Bloomed.

What is the best of the 2021 list? Please write to us: [email protected] Include your full name and location. Future newsletters may include your contribution. We are at home and away. Read all the letters sent. As always, more ideas on how to spend this weekend’s time are listed below. I’ll be back next week.

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