The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #247 (bonjour, Bella!)

Izabella Vadovicky has been with Tremendousness since the beginning of the year and we’re more psyched than ever to have her as part of the team. She’s a 2020 graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Government, with minors in Health Science and Women and Gender Studies. She was born and raised in Kansas City and has joined us here in St. Louis.

She’s the elected Vice Chair of the Missouri Democratic Party Youth Caucus and is passionate about LGBTQIA+ rights, public health, equality, and higher education.

Bella is our first-ever Administrative Assistant and she has brought some much-needed organizational energy into our growing Collective. Here are ten things Bella likes listening to and looking at at the moment…

  1. — great to customize for whatever type of ambience you are craving and a fantastic curated playlist that the ‘bar’ can be playing as well. 
  2. — one of my favorite Spotify playlists for finding new music and new artists alike.
  3. — another amazing Spotify playlist effortless vibes without genre. 
  4. — one of my favorite playlists (though I may be a bit biased). One of my early quarantine projects was creating playlists based on color and this is my favorite from my collection. 
  5. — Solfeggio Frequencies are amazing to have playing in the background always, this playlist is specifically good for concentration and focusing!
  6. — Behind the Bastards Stalin After Dark. Sordid details about the worst folks in history told by a historian and guest comedian. Need I say more? “Let’s talk about Stalin, baaaaaaby! In this Bonus Episode, Robert is joined by Brandie Posey (comedian, writer & producer) and they discuss Josef Stalin who was a bank robber, a sex icon, the drunkest man in history and more.
  7. — One of my favorite ways to waste time, it is very interesting to learn about the different places. Also a good party game!
  8. — Bo Burnham: Inside. His newest special, which is being hailed as a modern classic about living through the pandemic. 
  9. — An artist I am currently obsessed with.
  10. — Best coloring book ever.

Image: artwork by Micah Ulrich, link #9.