Tag Archives: Homeward Bound
A couple of weeks ago a friend posted a link to the following article on facebook and a few hours later a reader emailed it to me as well. The article is a wonderful and thought provoking piece from Slate: … Continue reading
In Chapter 9 of Homeward Bound, Emily Matchar explains how new domesticity brings together folks who seem like polar opposites. New domesticity appeals to both liberals and conservatives for some of the same reasons and for reasons that differ. I’ll … Continue reading
Congratualations Rhonda HH! She won a copy of Homeward Bound. Now let’s chat about Chapter 5, 6, and 7 from Homeward Bound by Emily Matchar. As I began reviewing Chapter 5 (DIY food cultures) for this post, I couldn’t help … Continue reading
I have been writing sporadically over the past few months about Homeward Bound and what it means about scrapbooking. I was able to do a giveaway of the book with my last post. Melissa Shanhun won! Unfortunately, she lives in … Continue reading
I don’t have time to devote to an analysis of this article from Slate on Etsy’s economic impact at the moment, but thought it is a worthwhile read in the context of Homeward Bound.
I’ve been writing about Homeward Bound a bit sporadically over the past couple of months. In Chapter 4 of Homeward Bound, Matchar critiques Etsy and “mompreneuership.” Matchar sets the stage for a feminist critique of Etsy with these statistics: 97% of Etsy … Continue reading
Oops! It’s been over a month since I last blogged. I suppose it is fitting that today I am going to write about chapter 3 of Homeward Bound which is about the blogosphere. In chapter three, Emily Matchar tackles the … Continue reading