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I'm headed to Charleston, SC this week for a little fun, so my heartfelt (oversharing) essays will ha
 
March 28 · Issue #47 · View online
True Tales of the Silver Fox
I’m headed to Charleston, SC this week for a little fun, so my heartfelt (oversharing) essays will have to wait a bit. 
In the meantime, I’m sharing some work that really spoke to me. Scroll through and enjoy. I’ll be back before you know it.
xo
Rebecca

Rebecca's picks 👇🏼
The Daily Rituals of a New Yorker Cartoonist (Freelance Edition)
Liana and I may be soul sisters. I discovered her work through the Medium article above. Her Instagram is really well done.
Essays That Moved Me
A moment that changed me – my first chemotherapy session | Elizabeth Wurtzel | Opinion | The Guardian
The essay below is wonderful. I keep sending it to people who then want to know if I am diagnosing them. I am. 
I kid. It’s writing that speaks to everyone. 
How I Finally Kicked My O.C.D. - The New York Times How I Finally Kicked My O.C.D. - The New York Times
Weird and Awesome
It’s good to remember there isn’t a single path to success. 
Keep fumbling.
'I build Knight Rider cars': Obsession with 1980s TV show led Va. man to a career. And, yes, the cars talk. | News | richmond.com
I don’t know what to say about this New Yorker piece except… BRAVO.
The Joy of Not Wearing a Bra | The New Yorker The Joy of Not Wearing a Bra | The New Yorker
Because Love is Worth Understanding
I have friends who have recently lost relationships, and I sent them this wonderful letter. 
I’ve used it to console myself as well; nothing good gets away.
Letters of Note: Nothing good gets away
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