"'What are you going to do with your life?' In one way or another it seemed that people had been asking her this forever … Better by far to simply try and be good and courageous and bold and to make a difference. Not change the world exactly, but the bit around you." (David Nicholls, One Day)
It's 10 p.m. on a Friday, and I am stress-baking.
I am starting 2019 on the right foot, and to whoever is reading this, I hope you are, too. Happy New Year, and I wish you all the best.
This session at university, I took a class that not only opened my eyes to the actual way uni and the work future are connected but gave me rich insights into what a beautifully tangled web each of us is in, in work and in life.
Why are us consumers the (seemingly) only ones responsible for changing all of our habits to save the Earth?
or, as subtly aggressively subtitled, ‘The treachery of elasticity’.
An autoethnographic look into my previous experience with Japanese literature--Kitchen, Socrates in Love, Norwegian Wood
On a little playful (literal) dress-up for a serious cause, which even guys are doing.
On the memories of the Japanese fiction books I have had my nose stuck in so far and my upcoming autoethnographic journey into Japanese short stories
In my version of the future of work, STEM will not dominate over the humanities. For the "human" in "humanities" is what allows us to work with ambiguity and make sense of our complex narratives.