Ed Sheeran's new album Divide dropped this week, and there are 16 new tracks to fuel your morning commute or study playlist. "Castle On The Hill" was released back in January, but it has inarguably endured as one of the most upbeat yet sentimental songs our red-headed friend has ever written or blessed with his pipes of gold. The song hits hard with themes of nostalgia and growing up, and after four minutes and twenty-one seconds you for sure will have shed some tears over lost time and the simplicity of youth. Repeat.
2."You May Want to Marry My Husband," by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
This is an old essay, but one a friend shared with me very recently. The piece itself is beautiful and hopeful and thoughtful-- independent of, but especially in light of its tragic context. Author Marina Keegan graduated from college in 2012, and this was her piece in the school paper shortly before graduation. She died in a car accident the following week. Despite the tragedy of Keegan's story, her writing lives on. And in the end, memories and records of the moments we once lived are all we have. Let's cling to them and celebrate them accordingly.
5.Nature Valley Bars
7.Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth, by Warsan Shire
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