This week, I didn’t have time to write something for this newsletter but I do have a whole bunch of great links. I spent the first weekend of June mostly outside, seeing friends, drinking wine, and enjoying the glorious weather. I hope you did too!
There Are Two Types of Airport People, The Atlantic. And I know for sure which one I am!
Mindy Kaling in full bloom, Vanity Fair. Mindy gets the VF profile treatment as two of her latest projects hit theaters and Hulu.
What if they made a dirty rom-com about people who looked like them?, New York Times. Ali Wong and Randall Park’s Always Be My Maybe is a delight!!
What 10,000 steps will actually get you, The Atlantic. Have you ever wondered where the rule of “10,000 steps a day” came from? You might be surprised.
The surprising benefits of relentlessly auditing your life, New York Times. I endorse this.
The Central Park Five: “We were just baby boys,” New York Times. I’m planning to watch Ava DuVernay’s new Netflix miniseries on the Central Park Five this week, and this piece is a must-read - the author talked to the five men and the young actors portraying them on screen.
Why are we so obsessed with being spontaneous?, Man Repeller. Fellow A-types, this one’s for you.
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