Why paper is a wonderful technology.
How America’s obsession with long hours has widened the gender gap.
Current wishlist: everything at this shop, which bills itself as “Goth Mom Central,” but most especially the Strange and Unusual hat, which I desperately want to obtain before I go wander in hot hot hot ATL & DC in June. [Image: woman wearing a black wide-brimmed straw hat with the words STRANGE & UNUSUAL embroidered on it in white text, all caps.]
Find Part I of this article here. We all have different definitions of what is productive, and “what is productive” tends to be “whatever we imagine someone who is doing more than we are is doing.” Listen to me read the below here: [Purchase this print] Having introduced y’all to my systems and processes in Part I …
This post is one of a two-part series designed to introduce you to a different way — my way — of remaining productive while living with chronic illness. Listen to me read the below here (because I’m away from home, this audio is recorded with my phone, which is why the quality is of lesser quality …
It’s not noon yet and I’ve had a phone meeting and talked with my insurance agent, so probably I deserve a delicious sandwich and also your admiration? I’m a grown up, is what I’m saying.
On holding onto your curiosity as you age.
A day in the life of artist, writer and author of Keep Going, Austin Kleon.
Because I was a child when it started, I just started watching 90210 for the first time and I’m baffled that AO3 only has ONE Brandon Walsh/Dylan McKay story. Baffled, I say! What even are you, Internet?