Lighter evenings mean it’s easier to read on the train home, which is a good thing considering all the new fiction and non-fiction I want to dive into. Here I’m sharing four books I’m reading this spring. Big thanks to 4th Estate for sending me copies and for putting out brilliant titles this year.Continue reading
By the time this spring turns into summer, I will be married (provided all goes to plan, touch wood, et cetera). During our engagement I have circled back to one question that introduces many others. Will I change my name?
Getting any job, let alone what feels like the right job, is stressful. The whole process is an opportunity for self-evaluation and self-doubt. You might end up delighted, disappointed or somewhere in between.
Since the subject came out on top in an Instagram stories poll, I’ve pulled together this post about my most recent experience.Continue reading
The starting line of 2018 seems far behind. Though I tend to work around the academic calendar, the shift from December to January still neatly bookends the past 365 days.
November, November. This month I’ve changed jobs, read some great books and started preparing for Christmas. Here are a few recommendations to see you through the chilly weeks ahead.Continue reading
October has been a month of waiting and celebrating. It’s brought good news and small reminders of autumns gone by. I’m adjusting to the cold, slowly. As I anticipate upcoming changes, I’m getting lost in birthday books and looking further ahead. Here are some things I’ve recently enjoyed.