This week I read:
- I don’t know about you, but I can’t take in anymore about Trump, so except for a few women march comments, I have just skipped everything orange and I justify it with this article by Bill Sher.
- Does a university degree really pay off? Here’s the truth from an American perspective (In a nutshell? Yes, it pays off).
- Bringing “sharing” back in (to cities) by Julian Agyemang and Duncan McLaren.
- Business Fiction by Tolulope Popoola (short! sweet! with lesson!) from African literary site Brittle Paper.
This Swedish article I wish was available in English for all (ok, more folks) to read:
Did not read anything in Swedish.
This week I watched no video, because of new semester! But I am reading the book series by Elena Ferrante (on the final book! So addictive!)
What I would have loved to read, but did not come across:
A longer analysis on what the regime change in Ghana means to the ordinary person.
Tell me below what you are reading!
This post is part of my #KajsaHASundayReads series. Inspired by personal role models, Ory Okolloh Mwangi and Chris Blattman, I want to share articles I read with my followers on a somehow regular basis.