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April 10, 2015

Things I Wanted to Write About This Week, But Didn’t.

This is a really long list because I’m avoiding a take-home test! (#shameless)

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(Also: this campus in the spring? Gorgeous.)

Do you listen to Rodriguez? “I Wonder,” “Sugar Man,” and “This Is Not A Song, It’s an Outburst, or: The Establishment Blues,” are my favorites. (Below is the “Searching for Sugar Man,” trailer if you don’t know who Rodriguez is.)

As someone who isn’t looking for anything remotely committed any time soon, this article about “monogamy” being “monogam-ish” is riveting.

This piece about personal branding–and how it began during the Victorian era was an unexpectedly interesting read.

I loathe the idea of “chill” and this article will tell you why.  It’s so well written too; it begins: “The Great Chill Massacre of 2014 was not premeditated.” It gets better from there.

Six Canadian-authored new novels to check out? I’m in.

I love this article from Everyday Feminism about practicing yoga without appropriating it. 

This NYT article about slut-shaming, Monica Lewinsky’s return to public life, and the invasive tabloid/Internet culture we now live in has been sitting in my Bookmarks tab for a long time…but I’m so glad I finally sat down to read it. Absolutely phenomenal writing about slut-shaming.

Have a great weekend!

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