I thought I’d share a couple of articles I’ve been reading lately.
Exploring the internet is one of the only things that gets me through my working day if I’m honest – that and my lovely work friends – and these are the ones that have caught my attention this week. Yes, Weekly Digest is back!
One of my all-time favourites could have been very different, had Tarantino had his way. Bless you, Mr. Scott for the gift of this perfect ending. You were so cool.
This is all too real to be honest and actually quite a difficult read. Breaking up with a best friend can be just as heartbreaking as with a partner and we need to talk about that more.
I’ve lost a few friends in my time and I still miss every one of them, even though I wouldn’t do anything to change the outcome of them now. I’m exactly where I need to be with the people I share my life with now. (Even if I do lament it sometimes).
I love a damn good mug so this memoir really appealed to me. I have a couple of favourite mugs myself and I’m always open to new ones. Glynn’s new rule is that I have to get rid of an old, crusty one if I purchase a new one though, which I suppose is fair.
Danielle makes me think more about the objects we come into contact with every day, and her prose is stunning.
I Started A Plants & Crafts Club To Combat Loneliness In My Area, Because Making Friends As An Adult Is *Hard*
Making friends as an adult is hard. When you get to a certain age it feels like a much bigger challenge to approach the people you think are cool and make them your besties. That’s why this is a gorgeous idea.
We could all take a leaf (giggle) out of Aoife‘s book and look at ways to combat loneliness and other social conditions locally. I’m going to have a think and see if there’s anything I can come up with. Keanu Reeves Fan Club – Brighton Division, anyone?
There’s nothing I can add to this one, obviously but it’s interesting to see how much goes into filming a good queer love scene. Pose, for the record, is incredible.