Since Last We Spoke, 10-15-18

I’m on my way to Ft. Bragg this morning. Not going to lie–getting on a plane was not easy today. Last week was a slog of straight 15+ hour days and this month and next, I am on the road every week, as many of you are. But this particular rainy morning I really did not want to get out of bed and drag myself back to the airport. Of course, now that I am in motion, it’s fine, but those 1st few hours this morning required some significant espresso to jumpstart my brain. On top of the travel, I am prepping for a series of new workshops and lectures, especially the ones at IAFN (that testimony workshop–whew, it’s going to be something, I am so excited about it). In the meantime, here’s a bit of distraction, what’s caught my eye since last we spoke:

Men, women, America, equality?

Longread: Unprotected (it is so good, though)

How a chef with terminal cancer is spending her remaining time

A most magical obituary; an all too familiar and tragic one that still begs to be read

Half the women in my life probably need to download this to escape the deluge of email

You don’t owe anyone an interaction

All the men who never assaulted me


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