Saturday Morning Cartoons #42
How to make Lion's Choice your first choice.
Good morning, fam!
Hope you all had a good workweek.
It’s been a doozy of a week which means I’m probably recovering at a coffeeshop or wondering through the endless shelves at my happy place.
While I do my best to walk away without an obscene number of books, feel free to check out this week’s recs.
Grab a magazine from the front, cash in your free cookie at the cafe, and let’s get into it.
Here’s what I have for you this morning:
I know I’ve been ranting about this comic for weeks, but I finally finished the last (current) volume of Something is Killing the Children and I can’t stress enough how good this series is.
What happens when a member of Beyoncé’s “Beyhive” takes things too far? Find out in Swarm, Donald Glover’s newest series he created with Janine Nabers. It’s dark, funny, and super unsettling.
Abby and I were busy running errands on Tuesday, so we brought it home Lion’s Choice for dinner. I obviously went for the roast beef sandwich with horseradish sauce, but here’s a pro tip: get the gluten-free bun (it comes in a separate package) and toast that sucker when you get home. Chef’s. Kiss.
After seeing an Insta ad that made me think twice about using a bunch of chemicals on my “family jewels,” I picked up a bar of Dr. Squatch natural soap and gave it a try. The Wood Barrel Bourbon is quite delightful if I do say so myself.
Is working from home really working? For me it is, but it sounds like others are a little skeptical, especially with four-day workweeks being introduced. What do you think?
In case you didn’t know, the final season of one of the greatest shows ever writtenstarts tomorrow night. Here’s a recap of season three to prep.
After writing (almost) every day since starting in 2015, I couldn’t agree more with these three lessons that writing can teach you about life.
There's more than one way to weave a story with your work history. Here’s a little “Career Advice That Doesn’t Suck!” that shares how.
If you’re on LinkedIn enough, you definitely meet some interesting characters.
You made it to the end! As a bonus, I’ll leave you with this.
Barnes & Noble, duh.