A quick rundown of the books I read in 2016.
I was so excited to pick up the paperback copy of this memoir by Carrie Brownstein – Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl. I needed to read a good memoir & I needed to like Carrie and understand her more. This book satisfied both of those longings. Throughout the memoir, you can tell Carrie is two… Continue reading Book Review: Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl
November was an easy month, mostly fun and relaxed. I fell into a rhythm with Brian that I only dreamed of having again. Here’s a few highlights from the month.
This year’s best nine was mostly about my UX work & some Austin exploring. Come take a walk back through memory lane!
I picked up Gentrification of the Mind by Sarah Shulman because it was suggested reading that accompanied my last Tarot Card reading. It’s Sarah’s personal account — and historically backed account — of the AIDS crisis in New York City and its association with gentrification that occurred along the same time.