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Lunchtime Reads: 2.4.13

Last week was super busy with all good things. I’m excited to be able to share more about them in the near future. 

In the meantime, here’s some internet reads for your Monday lunch break. Enjoy!

Found this via my favorite internet girl

“Suffering is not a benchmark of hard work. Misery is not an indicator of importance.  Anxiety does not bequeath great discovery.  The grass might be greener on either side, but grass is growing everywhere. You do not have to search arduously to find grass.” I’d certainly do well to remember that.

A conversation between Cheryl Strayed and Elissa Bassist regarding the original advice letter that probably made The Rumpus a fortune in mug sales.

More writing advice from almost everyone you could hope to ask for writing advice.

Sarah Bessey. Again. For when we feel too much and think, “Who do you think you are?” of ourselves.

Erin Loechner ponders voyeurism, exhibitionism, art, and the internet.