As most of you know, I’ve been sharing my picks for the best blog posts of the week for some time now. Historically, this has meant that you’d need to be following me on Twitter, as well paying attention on Sunday mornings when I start tweeting out the #BestOfTheWeek hashtag. At the prompting of a handful of my regular readers, I decided to start writing a Sunday post sharing those links. You can check out previous editions of this series by viewing the #BestOfTheWeek category.
Have posts that you think should belong in the #BestOfTheWeek roundup? Send them to me on Twitter at @thattinywebsite.
Take the time to swing by these blogs, read them, and (perhaps) leave comments for the authors. It’s always appreciated by me when someone comments on my work, so I’d imagine these people would feel the same way.
- Tabitha Wells takes a look at how a body-shaming culture is not just a one-way street.
- Erin discusses the premise of art being a commodity, particularly how private art can limit that piece’s ability to inspire.
- Katie reminds students that the job of teachers is harder than they may realize.
- Finally, Samantha delves into the fine line between when jokes about tough topics are funny and when they’re not.