Goodbye, open office; welcome back, high-walled cubicles? Companies reveal their plans for what work will look like when America returns to office; JetBlue becomes first major airline to require passengers wear masks (starts Monday); Homebuilders see sales jump as renters flee small urban apartments; Marie Kondo expanding from house tidying to career cleanup; Nintendo struggling to keep up w/demand for its Switch consoles; Restaurants turning their parking lots into drive-in movie theaters?; Why you’re not alone if you don’t really care about work right now; What to do if your family’s chewing and slurping is driving you insane; A couple opening a one-seat restaurant in a Swedish meadow; The top 10 most-Googled recipes while people self-quarantining; Warren Buffett’s silence.
CVS, Walgreens expanding free coronavirus testing; Sympathy cards selling out; Plant-based substitutes surging; Insomnia – happening; How to grow herbs in your kitchen (since you’re in there all day long, Jane); Why you should have more sex (since sex boosts immunity, Jane); The best healthy snack box subscriptions to try; A new Lemon Lavender apéritif from Haus.
TheRealReal – among the better positioned for rebound? What about Rent the Runway – any future there?; Lord & Taylor quietly deletes social media accounts amid bankruptcy rumors; ‘Quarantine duvet dress challenge’ heats up Instagram; Veteran fashion editor takes jabs at Anna Wintour in new memoir; Waterless beauty – new eco-friendly trend we can all get behind?; A new range of whimsical home lifestyle goods from Tiffany & Co.; The relaunch of Pasha de Cartier, a 1980s cult favorite.
Former employees speak out against New York Sports Clubs (always been “unethical”); CrossFit champions Mat Fraser and Tia-Clare Toomey share ways to keep your body – and mind – fit while under lockdown; The CEO who went from making Peloton and SoulCycle bikes to making a tool to stop COVID-19; An uphill battle for Adidas; Skinny Freezer Wine Pops (114 calories; 8% alcohol); Fruit-flavored…donuts.