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November 6, 2017

easy like (november)

Welcome to November, friends! This weekend was nice and cozy and rainy – I came down with a runny nose and sore throat on Friday but with lots of honey-tea and rest and sleep, I think I kicked out whatever baby cold was settling in for the season. I also worked out this weekend, and that seemed to help as well. Who knew the cure for a runny nose was some squats?

This coming week is going to be a bit of a doozy for me – I hope yours is a little bit calmer.

Here’s what I’m reading this month:

Loved this piece from Harling at Man Repeller about your selfies not really matching how you feel on the inside – and how that’s perfectly okay.

What we already knew: the Earth is hotter, and it’s our fault.

This piece about female cooking memoirs, and what they mean, how important they are.

Conde Nast is shutting down the print edition of Teen Vogue, so naturally, myself and all my friends who used the mag to inspire us into creative careers, are in mourning. The magazine has breathed new, fierce, deeply aware life into the teen magazine scene, asking “Why can’t teenagers by activists/innovators too?” (Additionally, if you’re not following their EIC, Elaine Welteroth, on Instagram, you are missing out.)

I still deal with anxiety, and maybe one day I’ll write a blog post about coping with it, but for now, this: 3 Actions to Take When You Feel Anxiety Coming On.

Roxane Gay wrote 13 rules for female friendships and I am *praise hands* here for them. 

I loved this: “Are you eating Instagram for breakfast?

Very curious about this coworking space in D.C.!

Omfg there’s a new matcha place WHO WANTS TO GO?

Okay, stay warm pals – it’ll get chilly this week on the East Coast.


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