Since Last We Spoke, Holiday 2016 Edition

Oh hey–it’s the week before Christmas (how did that happen?!). I will be working this week, but hopefully next week is vacation time, so that’s where my brain is right now (#freelancerproblems). I had a relatively lazy weekend, what with the ice storm that hit DC on Saturday. So much surfing of the web occurred. Here’s what caught my eye since last we spoke:

Merriam-Webster’s word of 2016 is pretty spot on

Speaking of the word of 2016, I cannot believe I might need have to actually worry about this


Overcoming rejection

Leadership hacks worth considering

Why not say what you mean?

The problem with Exceptional Women

So-called identity politics are more than some made-up liberal construct

Fake news, deconstructed

The powerful new cover story from NatGeo

I love Jessica Luther’s work on sexual violence

There’s a whole group of docs who are going to hate this study

I was just introduced to this quote and I am 100% certain nothing has ever been more true

3 replies on “Since Last We Spoke, Holiday 2016 Edition”

Thanks, Jen for all of these. The surreal word of the year describes the “Alice through the looking glass” sensation that has been going on and on.

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