A slice of my bulletin board.
This week I got promoted (!) and spent much of my work time planning a few projects that are not only going to make a positive difference in many students’ experiences, but make me feel more creatively fulfilled than ever before. I know that I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be.
Here’s what I’ve ready lately:
1. A new Q&A with
2. A timeline of
millennial pink. (I painted my room the perfect shade of blush [evidence above] and I have zero regrets.)
gig economy celebrates working yourself to death.
4. William Finnegan on
the sounds of surfing. ( was one of my favorite reads in 2016.) Barbarian Days
5. Women, politics and
And two bonuses: The office supply version of “
Bad and Boujee,” and this absolutely delightful video of a French bulldog that just wants to go for a swim.
Talk to you later.
Brush lettering is fun.
Here’s what I read this week:
1. People actually used to
talk at the movies.
2. The Paris Review’s author interviews are really the best. Here’s a fantastic one with
3. How the New York Times’
City Room blog helped spark its digital evolution.
4. The millennial housing crisis.
5. I first read
Nora Ephron’s “My Life as an Heiress” in one of her essay collections, but it popped up in a New Yorker newsletter this week and I remembered how much I liked it.
And a bonus: I can’t stop watching/listening to this
classroom instruments version of Adele’s “Hello.” Jimmy Fallon is a national treasure.
Have a wonderful day.