We are here! It is Christmas Eve! It feels like December flew by, but this past week went by about as slow as molasses (at least my workdays did). I am so glad to have a break to spend time with family. I hope you have a wonderful weekend, wherever you are! Until the craziness sets in (if it hasn’t already), here is some link love to tide you over.
Oprah interviewing Michelle Obama was wonderful. What a wonderful and composed power duo. The lovely ladies emanate wisdom, grace and hope, in a time where the whole country needs to see that on display.
On the same subject, we’ll miss you Barack and Michelle. This is a lengthy article, but a good read as we enter the final days of President Obama’s term.
It can be difficult to get your feet under you in any new city when you are looking for, or have just found, a new job. New York has the reputation of being even more challenging than most cities for people in this situation. I love this concept of a rooming house for women who were in just that position and don’t have a place to go yet. It is like a sorority house in the middle of the city that equips young women. So cool!
In the Christmas spirit, this group created a Rudolph version of Hamilton songs (Hamildolph). It is probably only for the Hamilton obsessed (me), since others may not see the similarities between songs. But if you love Hamilton, check it out!
Appropriate for Christmas, this hater’s guide to the Williams-Sonoma holiday catalog is hilarious. Don’t read it in a public place, for risk of laughing to the point that people start staring.
Another funny holiday post is this DIY for the worst snow globes ever. In case you needed a guide for what not to do (or a pick-me-up for your stressful day), this post is for you.
Merry Christmas and happy Hanukkah!