THE FORTNIGHTLY || WHAT I HAVE BEEN ENJOYING RECENTLY #26

A selection of my favourite posts from around the internet, from the past two weeks.

Enjoy! 

With all the drama surrounding James Charles and Youtube right now (topics that are brand new to me, but yano I am nosey!), I really enjoyed reading this take on James Charles and the problems with cancel culture.

If you read one thing on this list, make it this article.

I adored this Sandra Oh interview.

I am absolutely adopting this daily habit.

Finding the joy in the messy middle is another beautifully written post by Sophie.

These chocolate espresso cookies look *divine*.

Everything should take 20 minutes – an article that has now shaken up the way I approach tasks.

Hannah speaks openly and honestly about the struggles she has faced this year, but poignantly states how growth is uncomfortable.

Dolly Alderton talks about how women on screen don’t have to be likeable.

Vix is really pushing for influences to be more open, honest and inclusive. This post about how influences can push for more inclusivity when working with brands is a really important read.

I love these zero waste travel tips.

This article about being made redundant in your twenties is hopeful for someone who is currently in a job they hate (lol it me).

How good does Ghenet’s lemon drizzle look?

Are you someone who feels things to deeply? This blog post may help.

72 things you need to hear right now.

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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