Well. I’m caught up. I’ve started the third set of edits and hopefully will be well on my way to get this chapter turned in by the end of the month. I still feel anxious (what else is new?), but I’m hoping that as I get closer and closer to turning the chapter in that anxiety will eventually recede.
Not much on the docket for this weekend. I run twelve miles tomorrow and some fellow graduate students are having a St. Patrick’s Day party in the evening. Still not drinking, we bought some Q ginger beers (still kind of festive, get it…”ginger” beers…ok, I’m still twelve) and I’m making some cookies to bring.
And without further ado, here are this week’s favorite things:
Long, but poignant essay on privilege.
These pictures make me want a skateboard.
Not a vegan, but I was still interested in this list.
Also, not a fan of baseball, but this article on Ichiro Suzuki was fascinating.
Definitely worth reading and thinking about: submissive sex in the age of #metoo.
Usually I wake around 4am — an old article on why that is the most productive hour.
The always wonderful Ann Patchett on baking and retraining your shrinking attention span.
If you read anything on this list, read this one: life after cancer diagnosis.
Have a great weekend!