I promised this post wouldn't be a weekly feature, but I never said it wouldn't happen again. Here's what I'm currently reading on the internet when I'm not refreshing Twitter.
"After all, grammar has nothing to do with job performance, or creativity, or intelligence, right? Wrong. If it takes someone more than 20 years to notice how to properly use "it's," then that's not a learning curve I'm comfortable with." -I Won't Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here's Why. By Kyle Wiens.
"I don’t want more than I need, of anything. I want enough. Enough to be healthy, and safe. Enough to share with everyone. Enough for everyone everywhere to eat, sleep in warmth and safety, to learn freely, to express their ideas, to choose their partners, to believe what they choose. I think most of us have forgotten what enough even feels like." -Enough! By Marianne Elliot (emphasis mine.)
"In the past, I have sought to understand "men" instead of the person right in front of me. And I have expected myself to be "woman," ignoring my very own heartbeat, my very own Self." -The Most Difficult but Greatest Lesson I've Learned in One Year of Marriage from Lauren Dubinsky
What are you guys reading these days? Share some links in the comments - I can always use something new to read!
(Also - did you guys know that ReadAnyBook.com is a thing? Because, oh yeah - that's a thing. No, I was no paid to tell you about this. Jeez, internet police.)