It’s that time of the week again. The weekend is here, you’re settling down to catch up on all the reading you haven’t had time for during the working week, and realise you don’t even know where to start.
To help you out, Women’s Agenda has compiled some of the best stories from around the web.
Take your licks: Everyone’s favourite funny-woman Amy Poehler pens a story about her first job for The New Yorker.
Malala Yousafzai: ‘It’s hard to kill’: One year on from an assassination attempt on her life, Malala Yousafzai speaks to The Guardian about why she won’t give up campaigning for the rights of girls and women.
Elizabeth Smart shares ‘100%’ of her kidnapping terror in book: Elizabeth Smart opens up about her kidnapping, rescue to CNN’s Andersoon Cooper: “I decided to be a survivor”.
The office is not too cold, you are too weak: One fed up manager steps in to mediate the office thermostat war.
TV’s most hated character talks back: “I don’t know completely if it’s a sexism thing. I think a lot of characters get a lot of shit. Maybe women more than men”.
Doctors are more likely to be depressed? I’m not surprised: A new survey found that one in 10 doctors entertained suicidal thoughts in the past year.
You are not going to quit social media, so you might as well get used to it.