New year, and new things to read! We are kicking off 2018 with a new edition of "What we're reading..." to share news, articles and other features that we've found to be interesting, inspiring, or otherwise thought-provoking lately.
This month, we take a look at reading (and what should we read), the "good life," changes to the federal tax code and what that means for 529 plans, beauty that can only seen by looking up, goals and habits for the new year, and more.
Have you read something lately that you've enjoyed? Please share! We're always keeping an eye out for things that spark our imagination, educate or inform!
- The Case Against Reading Everything- Jason Guriel, The Walrus
- The Ever-Elusive "Good Life" and Our Shrunken Souls - Brooke Diener, Classical Academic Press Blog
- A Class by Itself - Logan Ward, Garden & Gun
- U.S. tax overhaul requires new math for 529 savings plans - Beth Pinsker, Reuters
- On Holy Habits and Realistic Goals - Heidi White, CiRCE Institute
- The 10 Most Beautiful Ceilings in the World - Jonathan Glancey, BBC Culture
- The Fragile Generation - Lenore Skenazy & Jonathan Haidt, Reason
- Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry into the Value of Work, by Matthew B. Crawford
- Find Your Whistle, by ILS Parent, Mr. Chris Ullman (and plan to join us for our March 2nd First Friday Coffee hosted by Mr. Ullman!)