Sunday 17 June 2018

Ten of the Best #121

Happy Weekend everyone. You can stop scrolling through your timelines now, wondering when you're going to find something to look at or read. It's all right here - the very best posts from my social media - from this week. The ones I didn't have time to read until the weekend, but I'm catching upon now. Here they are, just for you. I know it's later than usual, but it's still the weekend here.

Wilmien Rossouw writes beautifully about the Aurora Borealis. Pack your bags, people.

Silence Is Not Spiritual: The Evangelical #MeToo Movement from The NewYorker.

When it's okay to quit.

The "Parenting the teenagers Maiden" is hilarious.

Did you catch that Freak Show about two Korea criminals - Tom Eaton again. (Warning, you'll need to register/login, but it's free). Click the Zapiro for the story.

The first woman elected to control SA's air force. Congratulations Phetogo Malawa.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie wins the 2018 Pen Printer Prize. 

I enjoyed this article - Psychologist Carol Dweck has found that your attitude is a better predictor of your success than your IQ.

And this one - why all the women in me are tired.

Ok, this ad wins this week.

That's your Ten. Sorry it's so late. Have a fabulous week.

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