“There is no time for cut-and-dried monotony. There is time for work. And time for love. That leaves no other time.”
― Coco Chanel
Kittens, this was the week my new manager came onboard. And she’s lovely! She’s also wonderfully experienced and highly knowledgeable, and I know I’m going to like working with and for her tremendously. There’s a lot of structure she can put in place to support the projects we work on and I’m really looking forward to helping and learning.
Enough gushing! It was also a massively busy week since two of our directors were out of the country and one worked a partial week, so a lot of the onboarding orientation fell to me. There were also the usual schedule changes (construction is a fickle business, and luxury construction doubly so) and a lot of late hours. All for a good cause, though. There are a lot of new projects coming up that are partially daunting since I’m having to do work that I’ve never done before, but pretty exhilarating for the same reason.
Here are your links, tell me what you’re getting up to this weekend in the comments!
Journalism is getting weird, guys.
All joking aside…debt. Definitely debt.
Mad Men is winding down, so let’s look at some beautiful vintage ads and dream of far of destinations, shall we?
Supporting dance opportunities for girls of color, hell yes!
Just in case (h/t Katarina)
Now that Game of Thrones is back, in defense of Sansa Stark.
Derelict pubs throughout London, some with amazing historical backgrounds.
Pakistan Fashion Week is giving me life and I think we could all use some more embroidery.
When I get some free time (she laughed darkly to herself).
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That Netflix list is good — I would add the Swedish cop series Wallander as a must-see, but only the Swedish one, not the British re-make. Do NOT, repeat NOT, watch Snowpiercer. Impossibly violent and drags on forever, in spite of a few good moments.