A Friday ritual inspired by Amanda Soule & many others.
Please feel free to share a link to your own moment in the comments.
- On Tuesday, I waxed poetic about leaving our first apartment and Manhattan for our move to Brooklyn. I still feel a little sad about it, but after installing a bit of shelving into our very own in-unit washer/dryer, things are looking up! Also, I'm feeling pre-tty handy this move! Actually moving stuff has not gone well (we have a long list of things I've broken in the past week), but I installed our blinds and shelves with just a little help from Roger and I feel pretty proud of that.
- Emily Hughes was our featured writer for Writer Wednesday, and it could not have come at a better time. She's been fighting the good fight for equality over on Twitter, and I'm so glad I could lend her a little support during this week. It's still shocking to me that some people hate women so much.
- And then yesterday, I announced one of my big goals for this year: I'm running a marathon in January! The goals for the year, in case you forgot, are 52 submissions, 45 books, and 1 marathon. I'm making some progress on all of those, so I'll try to do an update soon.
Writing in other places:
- My Late Night Conversation with Lee Briccetti went up at Late Night Library this week. It was great interviewing such a smart, strong woman, and hearing more about her deep passion for poetry. I hope you'll have a listen!