Cultural Consumption is a roundup of (almost) everything I’ve been reading and watching from April to September 2021.
The last couple of weeks have been… kind of great, actually. I’ve been: feeling | having | daydreaming | starting | finding | planning | watching | plotting | loving | wondering
It’s been a busy few weeks. I’ve been: loving | trying | going | baking | feeling | taking | getting | thinking | starting | looking
The last two weeks have been kind of amazing. I’ve been: finishing | getting | loving | making | researching | starting | trying | looking | feeling | putting
It’s been a busy couple of weeks. I’ve been: making | organizing | brainstorming | starting | taking | perfecting | finding | looking | loving | cutting
The last couple of weeks have been weirdly good. I’ve been: having | daydreaming | making | taking | thinking | starting | reading | baking | crying | running
Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in February: how to read more, an oral history of the Lost finale, and more.
It’s been a nice couple of weeks. I’ve been: looking | updating | loving | eating | trying | starting | having | getting | pausing | focussing
It’s been an eventful couple of weeks. I’ve been: looking | wrapping | getting | accepting | figuring | waking | waiting | making | watching | listening
So, I’ve been planning a new semi-regular feature for the blog for a while now, and here it is: a quarterly roundup of everything I’ve been reading and watching. It’s a way to share and promote amazing work, and it’s a way to hold myself accountable, so I don’t just keep watching the same few comfort-food movies over and over again.