9 Links To Get You Through Hump Day
We are almost there people! Two. More. Days.
If you are feeling sluggish, tired, bored and need some #goodreads, click the links below. My gift to you on this Wednesday.
This Puerto Rican Sisterhood is rebuilding Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria via nontraditional, affordable housing. Follow them on Instagram @hivecubemodular.
My friend Swati Khurana was interviewed by Teen Vogue to discuss Mabon, a holiday to celebrate the Autumnal Equinox (September 22). Swati states, “As I started observing the Equinox, I used elements that I still find so beautiful, but recast them in a ritual that centered self-actualization and personal freedom. Observing the Equinox became a way for me to reclaim the season [that] includes my birthday and my two favorite holidays — Diwali and Halloween — from a feminist perspective.” Follow her on Instagram @tarotbooksradio.
Hima Das, the 18 year old running sensation from Dhing, India, just signed a huge deal with Adidas.
I just learned about Project 562, a a beautiful photography project (Read: There Is No “American Indian”, there are 562 Tribes). Follow them on Instagram @project_562.
Saudi Arabian journalist, Weam Al Dakheel, just made herstory as the first woman to deliver the nightly news on TV in Saudi Arabia.
Have you heard 7 year old, Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja, sing? Listen, she is amazing!
For those of you who work in a non-profit organization, this will make you laugh and cry because it is way too true. Especially the last one. Common nonprofit terms and what they (actually) mean.
Last but definitely not least, it’s FALL! My favorite time of the year. If you live in New York, here are some spots to see the fall foliage. I have been to each of the spots listed, in fall, and can attest to their autumnal beauty.