I like “old news.” I capture and store it, to reflect on it later. I figure, if it still resonates when I get around it, then the message is just as good as the day it was published. I used to use Evernote, then later OneNote to grab quotes as they came along, but I find Highly is my new go-to.
The Feminist Legacy of the Baby-Sitters Club
Brooke Hauser | The New Yorker
A little nostalgia if you ever read Ann M. Martin’s “The Baby-Sitters Club” series. Also, did you know it was referred to as “BSC”? My friends never did…
The Surprising Way to Protect Yourself from Burnout
Michael Lee Stallard | SmartBrief
I keep thinking back to this article because it goes against everything we’re told about burnout. Burnout is from the stress of overwork. Or is it?
Let’s take a moment and really appreciate what’s being said here. Youth and beauty so often are considered accomplishments. It’s something all American women strive for (or at least are told to strive for). The young, simply celebrated for what it is; the old, for aging in a way that’s still deemed youthful. It’s so ingrained that we hardly question what we’re doing.
I have been a longtime PostSecret fan. I can definitely appreciate the feeling of being “post-secret” after checking in each week, even if the secret is not one that I share. I tend to save the ones that are personally meaningful and have a whole collection of not-my-secrets-but-could be.
Only 2 Ways to Fight Gentrification (you’re not going to like one of them)
Adam Hengels | Market Urbanism
Talk of gentrification always makes me a little nervous. Why? Because I’m a gentrifier.