Our advice expert tackles working in a #MeToo world and how to give fewer (more deserving?) fucks.
I was frustrated that I had been invited to give a talk on an idea I deemed worth sharing, only to be told that it was not worth sharing anymore because something similar had been shared 2–3 times recently. As if that’s anywhere near enough.
I’m thirty-eight years old, but sometimes I wake up in the morning and I want to feel sixteen. On these mornings, I do two things: I put in all my earrings (8), and I start growing my armpit hair.
The Mueller indictment kicked the week off pretty decisively, immersing everyone in mountains of legal documents and their subsequent parsing.
Here are some diversions to occupy you in the off hours this week.
While there are all sorts of depressing updates about Weinstein, the Napa fire, North Korea, and Him, I refuse to acknowledge them today.
We recently collaborated with artist Kerry Joyce in Austin, TX on this piece, a model made of poultry wire and filled with handwritten #metoo accounts from Graceless readers.
While on display at EAST (East Austin Studio Tour), Layers asked for others to share their own experiences and make them part of the model.
We’ll be taking her to more venues and events in the coming months, so keep an eye out!