What are you up to this weekend? Toby’s birthday party is tomorrow, so it’s an exciting time in the Goddard-Williams household. (Can’t believe this was nine years ago!) Hope you have a good one — take care of yourselves after this long and intense week — and here are a few fun links from around the web…
Fleabag Season 2 comes out today!!!!
The prettiest bathroom makeover.
A compelling way to think about creative work. “If you get into that productivity trap, there’s always going to be more work to do, you know? Like, you can always make more. I think that’s why I’m a time-based worker. I try to go at my work like a banker. I just have hours. I show up to the office and whatever gets done gets done.”
Excited to do this beauty treatment tonight. (It’s the best.)
The sweetest kids’ clothes from Maisonette.
Is it ever okay to eat tuna salad on a plane? (I would say no.) Love this hilarious etiquette column.
Freezing executive’s salaries to pay entry level workers a better wage.
Plus, a reader comment:
Says Rachel on an engineer’s beauty uniform: “I’m in academia, and someone once made a comment that I found helpful in combating my imposter-syndrome feelings before interviewing for my first professor position. They pointed out that it was unlikely that I was clever enough to have fooled all the people who accepted me into grad school, all the reviewers and editors who published my work, all the experts who graded my dissertation, all the grant collaborators who chose me for my postdoc position, all the members of the hiring committee who shortlisted me for this job, and all five of the phone interviewers in my first-round interview before I was invited for an on-campus interview. And if I was smart enough to have fooled ALL of these people, then I probably deserved the job anyway!”