What’s good? Didn’t catch all the good stuff that was on the site this week? Don’t worry, we’ve rounded all of what you really need to read up for you here.
- “A Compilation of Mental Health Resources in the Philippines” — Suicide Prevention Day was last week, but self-care, especially the emergency kind, should always be a priority. We rounded up all the important numbers and organizations for whenever you need help.
- “The Superficial Gazette Is Here to Lampoon the Government’s Historical Revisionism” — Last Sunday was the late President Marcos’s birthday, and the Official Gazette tried to make Martial Law and his dictatorship palatable. The internet wasn’t having any of it, and so the Superficial Gazette was born.
- “Escalator Etiquette Is Tricky Business” — After SM’s newest policy of telling people how to use escalators, Japan decides that people should just stand for the ride. What gives?
- “The Heart of Life” — John Mayer’s iconic album Continuum is now 10 years old. Here’s a look back at the emotional impact it left on one life.
- “Morgan Matson and Achieving Success Writing Young Adult Novels” — We sit down with the author of The Unexpected Everything and Since You’ve Been Gone and talk to her about the Young Adult revolution.