The shortest month of the year has felt like the longest month in history. Okay, not in history but how are we still in only the second month of the year?? It’s been almost two years of this pandemic and it feels like a decade has gone by. This was supposed to be the roaringContinue reading “Second Month of 2022”
New Yorker – Sally Rooney on Labor and Desire This tweet from Sparknotes that transported me back to English class in high school. Demi Lovato’s interview with Jojo Siwa Kate Beckinsale’s conversation on Armchair Expert Good Trade – I Just Need To Stop Saying “Just”…Right? This adorable photo of a kitten. Ashley C. Ford’s PowerfulContinue reading “What I’ve Been Clicking On – Part 9”
The New York Times – For June Jordan and Muriel Rukeyser, the Arc of Moral Verse Bent Toward Justice Far Out – The songs Bob Dylan has played live the most Twitter – This beautiful summer sunset. The New York Times – He Couldn’t Remember That We Broke Up Twitter – Reminder Podcast – WeContinue reading “What I’ve Been Clicking On – Part 8”
Bonus – A random tweet I sent out somehow got a lot of attention. Ah, the Internet. Gotta love it.
New York Times – Transport Yourself With a Literary Escape This Summer LA Times – How Hailee Steinfeld learned to open up by playing poet Emily Dickinson Vogue – Shawn Mendes on How Meditation Has Transformed His Relationship—And His Sense of Self YouTube – Olivia Rodrigo – A Short Film (Vevo LIFT) Instagram – TheContinue reading “What I’ve Been Clicking On – Part 5”