Listening to romance novels on audio is really working for Sarah, and Abby hates sidewalk chalk.
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Sarah read The Antidote for Everything by Kimmery Martin, and Abby strongly recommends A Wicked Kind of Husband by Mia Vincy.
Our work lives
We share our work-related history, what jobs we have now, and how those jobs are working for us. And here’s that beautiful essay about choices by Cheryl Strayed that Abby mentioned: The Ghost Ship That Didn’t Carry Us.
Abby is obsessed with making pesto from basil she grew.
Sarah is enjoying quinoa with roasted veggies—a dairy-free favorite.
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2 thoughts on “Our work lives”
Just wanted to send a quick thank you to you ladies for introducing me to “feminist” romance novels! They’ve been the best way for me to escape during the past 6 months of COVID-19 plus everything. Abby, your Goodreads has been my library list, haha. Anyway, I saw this post and it definitely hit home and thanks to you, I’d read many of the titles mentioned! https://vitruvi.com/blogs/impact-and-identity/how-i-became-an-optimist-during-a-pandemic
“Romance novels as self-care” that’s it exactly! So glad it’s working for you, too, Kt. -A xoxo