Link Love #006

by | Link Love

Something to read: With the world returning to this new normal, I’ve been having a bit of anxiety about being the social butterfly I was before the pandemic. This article offers some practical tips on dealing with that social anxiety. 

A podcast to listen to: I’ve been listening to the musings of Bob The Drag Queen and Monét X Change on their hilarious podcast Sibling Rivalry. Recently, they’ve introduced weekly advice episodes from their patrons. The questions are scandalous and the answers almost always have me in stitches. 

Someone to follow:@4ur3lia’s vibrant visual art is so inspiring. The bold colors, intricate patterns, and celebration of Black identity has me ready to drop some coins on some new art for my apartment. 

Something interesting: Here are a few 3-second brain exercises for finding joy

A poll: Over the past few months I’ve been working to revamp the SoCurious Membership. In the Facebook group, I asked what membership rewards interest you. Click here to respond.

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Here are our favorite links from February

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