Happy Saturday, Roadies, and welcome to the weekly blog roundup. A new feature awaits at the end, so do read through!
I’ve gotten good at processing my own emotions — except for anger. I think I’d rather be devoured by bears. But Jess Cotton, writing for The Book of Life, says we all have emotions we struggle to process. Read Unprocessed Emotion
Mike Connealy has been busy making photographs with an old plate camera on 120 rollfilm. The tones he’s getting are just stunning. Have a look. Read More Plate Camera Work
It was in a Moroccan bath house that Abbie came to accept and enjoy her own skin and realize she’s perfect just as she’s made. She also tells you everything you need to bring to enjoy one of these bath houses yourself, should you ever find yourself in Morocco. Read On Moroccan Bathhouses and Loving Myself
Aaron Renn reflects on the experience of growing up in a small town today, and how the tight social order so often found in them stifles people who want something more than their little town offers them. Read “What Makes You Think You’re Better Than Anyone Else?”
I don’t think I believe in destiny. I think most of us who are fortunate are on a journey of discovery, and we discover that some things we find to do fit us very well. I think Johanna Rothman thinks so too, but she calls those good-fit things destiny. Read What’s Your Destiny?
Something new I’m starting this week: links to all the camera reviews I found published in the last week. Because I love camera reviews.