[MONDAYS ARE FINE] DECEMBER 18
CLICK CLICK CLICK
1. "My life is mine." Tracee Ellis Ross speaking at the Glamour's 2017 Women of the Year Summit is my 2018 mood, defined.
2. This year, women's voices have been heard in new and highly important ways...but where do we go from here? Rebecca Traistermakes a compelling argument for why the #metoo moment is more about work than it is about sex, and why she fears the struggle has just begun.
3. Can we all unanimously agree to give IG influencers a little less digital space in 2018, in order to make room for people who are shaping online culture in genuinely important and thoughtful ways? People like Kimberly Drew aka @museumammy, who features in Sleek's 'Influence Now' series.
4. Ruth Saxelby on writer Maggie Nelson on nuance, via The Fader.
5. Arianna Huffington's 'no brilliant jerks' theory is a workplace rule of thumb worth applying to all areas of your life.
5. On a final note...2017 is almost done! What a year it has been. From international Work Parties, to International Girl Crew collaborations, to the publication of The Working Woman's Handbook, it has been a wild, wild ride for myself and The WW Club. Thank you to everyone who has shown their support and joined me on the journey. I'm excited to keep riding the wave in 2018 (after a long nap).
SINCE YOU PROBABLY WON'T BE HANGING OUT IN MUSEUMS OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS...
Good ways to get your culture fix online.
JOAN DIDION: THE CENTER WILL NOT HOLD
A brilliant insight into the life, work, and times of an iconic writer.
EAMES: THE ARCHITECT AND THE PAINTER
The story of Charles and Ray Eames; two of the most influential designers of the 20th Century.
JAMES BALDWIN: I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO
Enlightening, prescient, important.