Weekend Reads #96

Friday, August 2, 2019

Hello lovely people,

Well... I did say I couldn't promise Weekend Reads every Friday. So, this is not me cutting corners, but trying when I can and giving up when I have too much on my plate. I have been at my current job for four months already and I still cannot organize my time the way I want to, because I value sleep too much. Or, one could say, because I don't value organization much: if I did, maybe I'd find a way already? I mean, four months is a lot :) I've read every time management article there is over the course of, what, last five years or so, so if you have tips that do work (I especially welcome those that involve curse words and my own butt), send 'em over, thanks :)

ALSO, ginormous news in the world of me—at the moment I'm sipping on strong black coffee, Turkish as we call it in Serbia, because apparently my stomach has decided it didn't like milk anymore. I mean, okay, I don't like milk since the age of 3, but flat whites and lattes and instant coffee with milk are life! (People hate me for the instant coffee part, especially those with strong coffee culture, i.e. almost every nation I've ever lived with, but sorry not sorry.) Let's hope it's just a temporary stomach tantrum and everything will be back to normal soon.

Here are the links for this weekend, and I hope you have a great one!

Have you considered breakfast as a go-to opportunity for networking? You should.

I loved the Conserve the Sound project. You probably will too.

Dear High School Me. Beautiful and important. (If you'd like to see what I once wrote to my high school me, you can check out this post!) 

A bit of old news, but still beautiful: Vermont foliage

I am honestly in love with this apartment

These are the things you shouldn't put in your vagina. An excellent article!

"I had surgery and learned a new kind of self-care".  An important read for everyone even if you haven't undergone surgery, and a reminder to slow down.

I posted this article on Twitter and it elicited a lot of comments from people saying it resonated with them: Why millennials are obsessed with starting over.

Stop asking me "what about men."

Love, Tihana

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