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10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 11–17 March 2017

10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 11–17 March 2017

Gillian Anderson and Jennifer Nadel had a brilliant conversation about perimenopause and menopause. We've been given this very romantic, sweet narrative of the relationship between mother and child during pregnancy, but the truth of the struggle is fascinating. It turns out that I've been forest bathing for years without knowing the words. Caitlin Moran has some knowledge to drop about women. Son Little's song "Lay Down" is the desired mood right now. Peace River Rising is a powerful mini-documentary about the connection between violence against Indigenous women and violence against the land. The trick to making any song you write sound like Morrisey is ridiculously simple. Photographer Janelia Mould shoots surreal concept imagery, and her series exploring depression is gorgeous and insightful. Lynn Steger Strong explores feelings, femininity, and rejection. If you're pro-Oxford comma, this bit of news will tickle your nerd bone.

Me at Thought Catalog: Three Ridiculous Things That Got Me Fired In Less Than One Day

Me at Thought Catalog: Three Ridiculous Things That Got Me Fired In Less Than One Day

Five Star Roundup 400: Three Great Blog Posts and an Amy Krouse Rosenthal Quote

Five Star Roundup 400: Three Great Blog Posts and an Amy Krouse Rosenthal Quote