meanwhile, elsewhere

Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.

  • How The Food You Eat Affects Your Brain (swissmiss)
  • Please feel free to share this with any of your anti-vaccine friends (laughing squid)
  • “If you’ve got the time, take the train.” (Austin Kleon)
  • Pickled asparagus (food in jars)
  • My real take on Tata Harper, Drunk Elephant, and The Ordinary… (Cupcake and Cashmere) *I love Drunk Elephant!
  • Bake me your face as fast as you can! (Etsy)
  • Sober Curious: The Blissful Sleep, Greater Focus, Limitless Presence, and Deep Connection Awaiting Us All on the Other Side of Alcohol – As more young people opt for wellness-oriented lifestyles, brands are offering more nonalcoholic products. (Vox)
  • “Our Planet” is a departure from Attenborough’s previous documentaries. It places global climate catastrophe front and center, and treats the problems of climate change and habitat loss with a new urgency. “The longer we leave it, the more difficult it will be to solve the problem,” (The New Yorker)
  • But… Netflix is lying about those falling walruses. It’s another ‘tragedy porn’ climate hoax (The Financial Post)
  • Everything you know about time management is wrong. (ideas.TED.com)
  • “We’re losing the ability to get stimulation from within and be creative.” (It’s Nice That)
  • Tiny Desk Concerts, although very enjoyable, remind me of a somewhat embarrassing time in my teenage years when there was a private gig in my friend’s parent’s living room. Hardcore fangirling + cute Café Olé boy band = cringe. (NPR)

Have a beautiful weekend!

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