Media List: January 2019
Semi-inspired by this article by Jen Myers about keeping a Media List, I am going to try to do just that! Whenever I remember or can, I’m trying to write down things that I completed - so I won’t put a book on here if I am still in progress, etc. The idea is to have a big list at the end of the year of what I read/watched/listened to - which I think is useful to start to see how your life and view is impacted by what you are consuming. Of course, not included in this list are tons of tiny things that I read all the time without even thinking about it - about the news and the weather. But this is still a step and an encouragement for me to really spend my time with content that I enjoy.
romantic but familiar: Lee Friedlander’s Intimate Portraits of His Wife, Through Sixty Years of Marriage
from studying for casper: Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development
a life I certainly didn’t lead: 'I thought I was smarter than almost everybody': my double life as a KGB agent
recession design: How the Great Recession influenced a decade of design
sans serif lifestyle font: Why Does Every Lifestyle Startup Look the Same?
looks familiar: How Matisse’s Cut-outs Took Over the Illustration World
make it, & practice: Yes, Those Poster-a-Day Instagram Projects Really Are Worth It
return without delay: Artwork Taken From Africa, Returning to a Home Transformed
favorite words: Resplendent
this is beautiful if not relevant to my life: On Loving Teenagers
a great tip: The Best Career Advice I Ever Received
it’s tempting, and dangerous, to believe that the cream rises to the top: What Is a Book Critic’s Responsibility When a Work Is Rediscovered?
tidying in partnership: Tidying Up, Together
a sweet shortage: On This Valentine’s Day, There Will Be No New Sweethearts (Candy)
if even BuzzFeed couldn’t hack that, we are well and truly hosed: Why the Latest Layoffs Are Devastating to Democracy
I realized that I listened to far fewer podcasts this month than usual. Interesting.
Pauline Boss - The Myth of Closure
Awake in the World:
What is the Great Meaning?
From Blame to Gratitude
This American Life:
664: The Room of Requirement (about libraries!)
Joyful by Ingrid Fetell Lee
The Art of Gathering by Priya Parker (READ THIS!)
Movies / TV Shows:
Book Club (don’t judge me but I am starting a book club with my high school friends and needed something silly to watch and this fit the bill).
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 1
A Quiet Place
Hunt for the Wilderpeople