Here are 5 things I want to share this week:

Nerdy secrets for nerdy nerds: a free service that returns library books for you. What?

I love writing. I love talking creative process. I love data. Mix them together and you get this pie chart for writers and data-heads.

From the imprudence of deigning to walk from point A to point B during the times of Jane Austen, to the potency of marching in protest, Wanderlust, by Rebecca Solnit, illustrates the surprising ways that walking freely in public signifies the level of freedom allowed each race, class, and gender.

Here’s some catharsis for survivors of violence — “I will not remember you as somebody nice. Please will you remember me and cry.” -Aurora Catharsis Rating: 2 out of 5 tears.

Comedy break — This SNL sketch “PJ Doesn’t Fit into Women’s Group” is one of my favorites. I love the positive self image PJ has even though she hasn’t accomplished her goals yet : “PJ likes to laugh… PJ can be a bit of a diva… PJ should probably give herself a break ‘cause she’s a good woman.”


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Sarah Morgan

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