monday dispatch no. 2
things i’ve been consuming this month.
I love lists! My zodiac-inclined friends say it’s because I’m a textbook Virgo. Either way, I keep lists for many things. Some are populated daily like: Things I want to draw next and some monthly like 5/5 reads or WTF did I just watch. Monday Dispatch is a best in show from those lists.
I know you are all busy with the week ahead so let’s just get to the point with, you guessed, a list:
Seems like everyone and their mother have been talking about this article in the NYT: Who’s The Bad Art Friend? A tale of two ambitious women from a tiny corner of the book world that has sent Twitter into a tailspin.
I watched The Way Down: God, Greed and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin. A three-part documentary that details the raise and fall of cult leader Gwen Shamblin. I knew nothing going in. I found it fascinating and a little frightening.
I’ve been staring at Martha Hunt’s Manhattan apartment for way too long. This color palette is what I aspire to be at the moment: striking, yet calm.
If this is not what the internet is for I don’t know what is—
Have you been wanting to get into journaling? Here are prompts for every emotion to get you started.
I finished reading Cribsheet by Emily Oster. A data-driven book that aims to educate on child development with real evidence, not scare tactics. I loved it, and I think every parent should read it. Emily also has a wonderful newsletter here on Substack called ParentData that I look forward to reading every week.
What you might have missed this month from Maybe this, Baby that:
An instagram delight:
And the latest from my gram:
Tell me–do you make lists too?