Around the Interwebs
The dictionary of Trump. Oh my, that is hilarious. And sad.
Trump fatigue. I has it.
This interview with wealthy people and the ambivalence they feel about that wealth was fascinating. I mean, it doesn’t really help someone else’s financial situation if a wealthy person feels “bad” about having so much. “[…], we should talk not about the moral worth of individuals but about the moral worth of particular social arrangements. Is the society we want one in which it is acceptable for some people to have tens of millions or billions of dollars as long as they are hardworking, generous, not materialistic and down to earth? Or should there be some other moral rubric, that would strive for a society in which such high levels of inequality were morally unacceptable, regardless of how nice or moderate its beneficiaries are?”
I know a lot of these things, but it’s still hard: How to get over the need to be liked by everyone you meet
I definitely believe this: Therapists tell us how the Trump era has messed with our mental health.
Al Franken really gives us something to think about in regards to social media.
Around the blogosphere
Sarah’s nutrition philosophy and I couldn’t agree more.
My friend Sanna has been creating and sharing (for free!) her custom printable planner for a couple of years. So if you’re looking for a new planner for 2018, check it out.
I love, love, love this Act of Kindness Advent Calendar. The holidays are the perfect time to do something nice for someone else.
This makes me want to get a Silhouette pronto. Hand lettered paper cut Christmas cards.
Oh, these looks delicious, not just for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving meatballs with pan gravy
Thanksgiving brunch salad. That sounds yummy AND healthy.
The ultimate guide for serving size. Useful.
This creamy Mexican Corn Chowder looks so good.
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