Quit Your Job: How to Resign After Covid Pandemic – Bloomberg

Ready to say adios to your job? You’re not alone. “The great resignation is coming,” says Anthony Klotz, an associate professor of management at Texas A&M University who’s studied the exits of hundreds of workers. “When there’s uncertainty, people tend to stay put, so there are pent-up resignations that didn’t happen over the past year.” […]

How to View the Benedict Cumberbatch– Led National Theatre Production of ‘Frankenstein’|Style

Theater looks, to put it slightly, a little different than it used to, however do not make the mistake of thinking it’s ceased altogether. Broadway closures are taking a significant toll on the market, but as Stephen Sondheim’s 90th-birthday YouTube tribute showed, you just can’t keep a bunch of theater followers down.One of the delightful […]

Viewpoint|I Had a Gloriously Wild Youth. That’s Why I Wrote ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’ – The New York City Times

On other holidays, strolling unaccompanied on my bike near my granny’s house in the English countryside, I used to use the top of an Iron Age hill fort called the “Trundle.” The view was extraordinary– I might see for miles and miles– and I had a strong feeling of what J.R.R. Tolkien called “the heart-racking […]

Opinion | I Had a Gloriously Wild Childhood. That’s Why I Wrote ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’ – The New York Times

On other holidays, roaming unaccompanied on my bicycle near my grandmother’s house in the English countryside, I used to play on the top of an Iron Age hill fort called the “Trundle.” The view was extraordinary — I could see for miles and miles — and I had a strong feeling of what J.R.R. Tolkien […]

BBC – Culture – What are the best first lines in fiction?

How many times have I rewritten this opening sentence? The first line can be a beast to get right whether you’re composing a dating profile or drafting a workplace pitch – but when it comes to longform fiction, the stakes are vertiginous. Think of all that goes into writing a novel, from conception to final […]

How to be okay even when things aren’t okay

So you can look up at the calendar today and exhale: “It’s okay to feel bone tired — you have One who gives His bone and His body for you and beckoned:  Come Rest.” It’s okay to feel bone tired — you have One who gives His bone and His body for you and beckoned:Come Rest. […]