The Workday Reading: August 18, 2017
Aug 18, 2017
Charlottesville reading, lockets are my new obsession, why the word “adulting” sucks, and more…
1) Most of my reading this week was dedicated to Charlottesville:
- The man who thought white supremacy was “fun,” until it wasn’t. (GQ)
- Is there any point in protesting? (The New Yorker)
- A CEO censored The Daily Stormer, he’s conflicted about it. (Gizmodo)
- Thank you, Tina Fey, for the laugh we needed. #sheetcaking (WaPo)
2) These $59 gold flats look like the ideal commuter shoe.
3) Financial habits to master in your 20s (or 30s). (The Everygirl)
5) The Kardashians: Sex tape to a billion-dollar brand. (Hollywood Reporter)
7) From Trump Aide to Single Mom. (The Atlantic)
9) I beg you, let’s kill the world “adulting.” (Man Repeller)
11) How Lilly Pulitzer turned a breakdown into an iconic brand. (Harper’s)
12) If I could wear one brand for the rest of my life, Rebecca Taylor.
What I’m Making. If you’ve never roasted a strawberry, you’ve never lived.
What Dropped My Jaw. The elaborate preparations for quinceaneras.