Weekly Inspiration 004

Your weekly roundup of the best of the Internet this week.

Film / TV / Music 
JK Rowling Isn't Tolerating Bullies on Twitter Anymore | JK Rowling has always been outspoken about her politics on Twitter. The Harry Potter author is a vocal supporter of Britain’s Labour Party, and she donated nearly a million pounds to the “No Campaign,” which fought to keep Scotland from becoming an independent nation
Wes Anderson Designed a Café That Looks Like Something Straight Out of His Movies | Attention all Wes Anderson super-fans: It's time to pack your vintage monogrammed luggage for Italy — Prada's new art and culture complex, which opens in Milan this weekend, includes a café called Bar Luce that's designed by the director
Why Sansa Stark deserves the throne | In season five, Sansa’s stock has sharply risen and her sights are now set on the position of Wardeness Of The North, the first non-queenly position of political power hinted at being achievable for a woman in Westeros
The best fictional mums, from Malory Archer to Sophie Zawitowski | What makes a mom? Is it just a biological qualifier, or is it more? Can someone be a mom to a log? And beyond that, what makes a good mom—one that we’d not only want to have, but might even model our own parenting styles after? Is Lucille Bluth a good mom, or a whirling hellscape encapsulated in one maternal figure?

You’re Kind of Self-Centered When You’re Nervous | Nerves have a way of making you fold into yourself, obsessing over each awkward thing you've said or done in front of someone you're trying to impress. You're chatting away, but you're also very much focused on you, trying to figure out the impression you're leaving
The Science Of Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things | There's a very logical assumption that most people make when spending their money: that because a physical object will last longer, it will make us happier for a longer time than a one-off experience like a concert or vacation. According to recent research, it turns out that assumption is completely wrong
The 'One in Three' claim about male domestic violence victims is a myth | The purpose of debunking the One in Three myth is not to vilify men or win some macabre abuse competition. Nor should anyone suggest that it is an excuse to ignore male victims – where they are in need of assistance it should absolutely be available to them. But in a discussion about how we address domestic violence and where the resources need to be concentrated, we must understand the facts
Older Women Are Having a Moment in Hollywood | New York fashion icon Iris Apfel, 93, stars in her own just-released documentary, Iris, from the late Albert Maysles. She tells THR that the old-is-hot trend makes sense: "The fashion industry glorifies youth, which is wonderful, but 18-year-old kids can't buy $15,000 dresses. Women in their 60s to 80s have expendable funds and time to go shopping, but they can't find anything. It's about time."

The flow of seething visions II, Fine Art print | Original photography by Helena Aguilar Mayans
New Balance 410 Navy Sonic Trainers - Navy | ASOS
AJ Morgan Delight Oversize Retro Sunglasses - Tortoise | ASOS
Topshop Womens Collar Pleated Dress by The Whitepepper | Topshop
Urban Renewal Vintage Surplus Stripe Tee Dress | Urban Outfitters

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