recent reads no. 6

It's been nearly two months since the last recent reads post. These have been the only posts I've been updating since March of this year. There's a small behind-the-scenes effort, led and executed by yours truly, alone, to change this, but we shall divulge no other details about the project at this point in time. 

Today is Labor Day, marking the unofficial end of summer, and I couldn't be more excited for the fall. I'm ready for full-force, 50-degree-fahrenheit days and breezy, sunny weekends, and I welcome the inevitable first frost. In the summer, time seems to stop moving and I feel restless. I find it unusually difficult to affect change in the summer months, so here's to turning a new leaf (ha, ha..).

what a web developer does via The Odin Project
no one knows what a feminist is anymore via The Outline
reducing one's total belongings to 115 things via Hackernoon
motherhood isn't sacrifice, it's selfishness via The New York Times
Agnes Martin finds the light that gets lost via The Paris Review
miniature scenes by Derrick Lin via HonestlyWTF
why your website matters more than your social media via Natalie Catalina
how to be your best self via Man Repeller
stock photos should go back to the 1970s via Mashable

- A