Monthly Archives: August 2018

[NABP] On being too feminist

“You should write an article on what it’s like to date a feminist,” I tell K. He laughs. “You know, I sometimes forget you are a feminist,” he says to me. “Until you say something and then I remember, oh … Continue reading

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Hidden Figures: The Untold Story of the African American Women Who Helped Win the Space Race

In Outliers, one of Malcolm Gladwell’s points is that no achievement is truly individual in nature. We are always standing on the shoulders of timing, geography, the work of the the generations before us, the privileges granted us by our parents, our … Continue reading

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July 2018 Round-Up

Shocking progress after the mid-month report – I only managed to finish two more books. Both were well worth reading. Melissa Dahl’s Cringeworthy: How to Make the Most of Uncomfortable Situations (non-fiction; a look at awkwardness, awkward situations, why we feel awkward, … Continue reading

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