Every once in a while, the internet can feel like a source of shame or just a waste of time. When I’m tempted to throw in my virtual towel and bail on the technology world, I challenge myself to find something uplifting and useful online. Here’s what I’ve found around the web this week.
- I’m almost done with this book (it’s the last of my 2018 #bookclubfortwo) and have been marking it up from practically the first page on: “The greatest work and art comes from wrestling with the void.”
- Bruce Springsteen on depression: “People would see me onstage and think, ‘I wish I could be that guy.’ And I’d think, ‘Hey, I wish I could be that guy, too.’ There’s a big difference between what you see onstage and my daily general existence.”
- These got me good. Real good. #toddlerparenting
- “Every one of us forgets our goodness.” – Tara Brach nailing it in her latest lecture.
- This is the kind of parent I aspire to be when my kids are adults.
- Do yourself a favor and listen to this entire podcast – all the way to the end – to hear two imperfect (albeit famous) people doing the tough stuff right.
- My husband sent me this story; I love seeing people use their platforms for good.
Here’s hoping you’ve had a wonderful holiday and will have a beautiful weekend. Thank you for being here.