May Link Love


Around the Interwebs

Escaping Poverty Requires Almost 20 Years With Nearly Nothing Going Wrong… which is, nearly impossible.

The surprising benefits of being (slightly) crazy.

Do you need an excuse to be lazy? Here it is: The psychological importance of wasting time.

What a heartbreaking, but beautiful story.

Are you a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty kinda person? Turning negative thinkers into positive ones.

Breathtaking! Timelapse Video Captures Rare Full Cloud Inversion Inside the Grand Canyon

27 jokes about running that will make you laugh, then cry.

For the geography geeks like me: Images of International Borders from Space

Record-breaking winter in Lake Tahoe. BEAUTIFUL. I love that place.

Around the blogosphere

Eating like an athlete: why I eat everything. 100% agree. YES!

I don’t usually adhere to “blogger do’s and don’ts”, but I still thought these tips were useful.

Andi knows and has written about San Francisco extensively. I love her expertise and have consulted her blog for a visit in the City multiple times: My San Francisco guide

I loved Courtney’s perspective on the German vs. American healthcare system. Food for thought, maybe?

I’ve been dabbling in using alternative products for skin care and household uses and here are some good examples. 3 Zero Waste Products, 15 uses.


Weightless crocheted produce bags – what a neat idea!


Rhubarb Cobbler – I love rhubarb!

Can’t go wrong with Chicken Teriyaki.

Granola bark. Mmmh!

Share a good link with me in the comments!

  1. I’ll check out all your links tonight and look forward to it. In the meantime, here is a story I read recently which has really left an impression on me:
    Enjoy your weeekend!

  2. Thanks so much for the shout-out, I love the link posts you do, I always discover some great reading!

  3. Love the post about zero waste products. I need to try some of them! Also need to try to make Rhubarb cobbler as rhubarb will be in season when we get home!!

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