10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 2 – 8 April 2016

  1. Ross Marquand's celebrity nano-impressions video above is killer.
  2. I like what scientists are finding out about what happens to our minds when we die.
  3. Asha Dornfest's Parent Hacks: 134 Genius Shortcuts for Life with Kids is out! I know her personally, so, take it from me, you should buy this book.
  4. Rebecca Dart's short comic about her period fear in the 80s is bang on.
  5. Here's something fun you can do if your partner leaves you and takes everything but the dog.
  6. Using "they" as a gender-neutral, singular pronoun isn't new.
  7. Alyesha Wise's "The Interview" is profound and incredibly moving. (It's about sexual assault experiences, so tread carefully.)
  8. This is the best story ever told on Twitter. I suggest you do it as a dramatic reading out loud.
  9. "Deep Water" digs into the facts, myth, and meaning behind the deaths of several First Nations teens in Thunder Bay.
  10. I let off some steam about boundaries and what women's bodies are not.