The Fortnightly || What I Have Been Enjoying Recently #16

Happy New Year! This is the first Fortnightly of 2019 and some excellent content has been consumed thus far. The festive break has meant I’ve had plenty of time to catch up with some great articles and listen to some cracking podcasts.

Let’s dive straight in shall we?

I really need to learn how to stop giving a shit about things. This post is a start on how to start doing that.

Dumplin came out on Netflix back in December and if you haven’t seen it yet, you need to asap. This post by The Unfinished Bookshelf articulates why it is such a brilliant movie.

London has a new initiative that means you can give money to homeless charities around the city, via giving points, with your contactless card.

I really enjoyed the Ways to Change the World podcast with Munroe Bergdorf who talks about trans issues. Really insightful and worth a listen.

Did you detox your social media at the start of the new year? No? Then read this by Jo.

Monica from The Travel Hack has written a guide on how to smash your 2019.

I’ve been obsessed with Table Manners recently, with my favourite episodes being Sadiq Khan, Dermot O’Leary and Alan Carr.

This post by Sophie echoes my exact thoughts on blogging, new year and the future.

Period poverty is something that I feel very strongly about and this article by The Pool highlights the people who are trying to put an end to it.

In defence of being unproductive is something everyone needs to read.

Want to read some more great articles and blog posts? Check out The Fortnightly archives here. If you have discovered something amazing, please share everything you’ve been enjoying in the comments!

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