meanwhile, elsewhere

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

  • I could happily spend all day reading New Moon (no judgment please): Why You Should Start Binge-Reading Right Now (NYT)
  • Goosebumps (Maiden)
  • More goosebumps: When we ask “what can just one person do to help the environment?” (My Modern Met)
  • They’re watching you… every move you make… every time you fake (your step count – not that I’d ever do that) (Fast Company)
  • “… it’s time to stop thinking that needing sleep is a sign of weakness or laziness. In fact, it’s the opposite.” (Wired)
  • She works a 20-hour shift, lives on chocolate bars, and writes best in her cashmere nightgown AND I HAVE YET TO READ ONE OF HER 179 BOOKS. Should I? (Glamour)
  • Vision boarding with kids. Is this a good or bad idea? (Offspring)
  • The Aperol Spritz Is Not a Good Drink: The popular, Instagram-friendly apéritif drinks like a Capri Sun after soccer practice on a hot day. Not in a good way. (NYT)
  • But then… Look, Grub is not out here saying the Aperol Spritz is the best drink or even the best summer drink… But it’s a perfectly fine drink, it’s easy going, and it won’t get you hammered midday like a gin and tonic. Whatever. It’s day-drinking season. (Grub Street)
  • You think homework will end when you finish school, but here’s the unbearable truth we adults can’t bring ourselves to tell you: having to do things you don’t want to do goes on throughout your life, it is – in many ways – what life is.” (The School Of Life)
  • So this isn’t about the lattes. It’s never been about the lattes. (Fast Company)
  • Actually, Gen X Did Sell Out, Invent All Things Millennial, and Cause Everything Else That’s Great and Awful (NYT)
  • Gee, I hope my boss isn’t reading this… It’s hard to come up with a bigger waste of money, time, or attention than status meetings 🙂 (SVN)
  • Hashbrowns are the new toast so put an avocado on it! (Skillet)
  • Get outside – doctor’s orders! (Outside)

Have a fantastic long weekend!

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