It's been a week of forward momentum—we've been inspired by so many personal stories! Which makes us even more determined to keep moving forward this weekend and on. And, as always, a few thoughts from around this web we feel are worth the read.
“That the nuptials of a black woman, born into slavery 33 years earlier, could make the front page of The Times, speaks to a woman who was, by definition, remarkable.”
We are still in awe (and have hope) over this. Let’s keep moving.
And, a women’s panel on continuing to raise your voice after the Women’s March.
Our new old anthem: “One small voice can change the world but you better be strong.”
Why young girls don’t think they are smart enough. (We need to change this.)
What classic literature can teach us about living well today.
Designers and artists over 60 to follow and support.
A room-by-room guide to declutter in the new year.
p.s. Why we are embracing discomfort this year.