Weekend Reads: Besting Giants Lauren Nelson | July 8th, 2016

It’s gettin’ close to quittin’ time, folks. It’s been a long week, and we hope you get a chance to unplug and recharge over the next couple of days. That’s our game plan, anyway. But because we know you’re going to miss our sparkling wit and low key brilliance, we couldn’t leave you without a solid reading list to cuddle with in our absence.

But all work and no play makes Jack a murderous psychopath or something, so here’s a few things to get you giggling, too.

See ya Monday!

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