The Week’s End // A Roundup of Interesting Reads

Hello, friends! Guess who forgot to post the roundup this morning? Yep, this forgetful girl. Better late than never, though, right? So, if you are still looking for some interesting reads to check out while you relax, look no further, I got you covered. Here are the things I found important, inspiring, and interesting enough to share this week:

An annular solar eclipse on February 26, 2017. // The Atlantic — Photos of the Week

The terror of being black in America

Weekend plans?

Protect trans kids.

How much does a piece of straw weigh?

Smoking means something to smokers.

Trump didn’t create those jobs.

Please, protect trans kids.

It’s that time of year again.

Policing the police.

Free, or cheap, mind expansion and experience.

Love, understand, and protect trans kids.

Happy Women’s History Month // @FemaleCollective

Have you read, watched, or written an interesting thing this week? Has something on the internet made you feel strongly? If so, drop a link in the comments, we’d love to check it out :)


This list was originally sent out along with this morning’s newsletter: The Sweeter the Solitude, along with a few existential thoughts from me. Check it out and subscribe!

Original image via Unsplash


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