January Link Love



A picture of language: the fading art of diagramming sentences. I had to do this in college (for my English degree) and loved it! Nerd-alert!

Should we all just stop calling 2016 ‘The Worst’? It’s all a matter of perspective, right?

What else do you have when you don’t have hope?

This article is actually really interesting from a science perspective: Running as the Thinking Person’s Sport.

As previously mentioned, my glass is almost always ‘half-full’, but I know some people who need to read this: How to stop automatic negative thoughts.

The need to read. Yep, yep, yep.

I hate to admit it, but I’ve never been more happy to be in the possession of another passport: When Trump’s America Doesn’t Feel Like Home Anymore.

This is too good not to share: Imagine if Obama tweeted like Donald Trump.

Were you born before 1985? Have you ever thought about this? What it feels like to be the last generation to remember life before the Internet.

Salt & vinegar roasted potatoes with smoky garlic mayo. Ahm, yes please.

Creamy (vegan) tomato bisque with a kick. Tomato soup is my favorite!

This looks and sounds delicious!! Fettuccine with kale, caramelized onions, and goat cheese.

  1. Love the Obama tweets post. Now I think Obama should just troll Trump for these next 4 years. ;)

    I’m so bad at automatically jumping to negative thought patterns, so I’m going to dive into that article you posted. Thanks for sharing!

  2. As a lover of books, I especially loved the need to read article! And those recipes you shared at the end sound good, too! I was already hungry and now I’m even more hungry after looking at those pics of tomato soup!

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