Note: I’m still here! I had some technical difficulties posting, followed by the holidays and the month of January, which I just realized is now 12 days past. In the coming weeks, I’ll finally post this immense and now back-logged drafts folder and share some of the projects I’ve been working on. I usually like Monday lists versus Thursday, but let’s be real, Monday is a holiday and much of the U.S. will be covered in snow (fingers crossed, Nashville!)
In the meantime, here are a few things I’ve been obsessing over:
- Things Everybody Does But Doesn’t Talk About, Featuring President Obama (via Buzzfeed)
- The Nicholas Kristof/Sheryl WuDunn documentary A Path Appears, which premiered on PBS in Jan/Feb 2015. The three-part doc addresses the roots of global issues including gender inequality, sex trafficking, poverty, gender-based violence, among others in countries like Cambodia, Haiti, Kenya and all over the United States. The project is based on the book of the same name and is available on iTunes and Amazon.
- Journalist + Digital Media Expert Elizabeth Spiers on Your Two Jobs as a Manager (via Elizabeth Spiers) “In companies that are small enough, there may be a sense that these things don’t need to be articulated because “everyone knows”. It’s better to assume they do not.”
- Women shouldn’t have to lead like men to be successful by Roxane Gay (via Fortune) “Instead of telling women to lean in, or quiet people to speak up, we need to suggest that managers wake up and open their eyes and minds.”
- I’m not really into backpacks, but I kind of dig this one from Birdwalk. (via Paste)
- These panoramic shots from my shoot at Big Bear Lake, California. See the finished promo here.