Friday in Review, Birthday Edition
March 12, 2021
Things Worth Watching
I’ve absolutely heard the name Oliver Sacks, but had you asked me, I’m sure I would’ve said—”he sounds familiar, but tell me more?” Turns out Oliver Sacks is a kindred spirit and a fellow empath whose work deserves to be heard and appreciated. Check out Oliver Sacks: His Own Life on Kanopy (free with your library card, yo!). (Runtime: 115 minutes)
Things Worth Checking Out
I’ve always loved chunky statement jewellery and have dreamed of opening a shop like Hitchcock Madrona ever since my trip to Seattle in 2014. I haven’t been able to find anything that drew me in like their wide cuffs until now. These emerging jewellery designers were enough to make me start using Pinterest again.
I’m absolutely considering the subscription fee for (not boring) apps.
Things Worth Quoting
You learn to live with your crazy enthusiasms, which no one else shares, and then you find a few other nuts like yourself and they’re your friends for a lifetime. That’s what friends are—people who share your crazy outlook and protect you from the world because nobody else is going to give a damn what you’re doing, so you need a few other people like yourself.