Around the Interwebs
How to fight for our reproductive rights, based on how much time you have. This whole topic gets me so riled up. Yeah, yeah, pro-life and all, (PSA: nobody WANTS abortions, but they can be necessary for a variety of reasons!), but what about the repercussions for thousands of women and their health and access to health care?
6 Gmail AI features to help save you time. Are you using any of those?
There is no such thing as getting ahead. Interesting read.
It’s a skill, peeps. How to make someone truly feel heard.
Why You Should Actually Let Yourself Eat the Foods You ‘Can’t Be Trusted’ Around. A little bit more on intuitive eating.
Living in a Frank Lloyd Wright House: 7 Homeowners Share Their Honest Experience. This article made me think of Birchie.
The Real Difference Between European and American Butter. Good to know!
Around the blogosphere
Interestingly, I’ve come across a couple of interesting posts recently related to food and food habits (see above), and Stephany’s post about her Eating Habits & Being a Slow Eater fit right in.
I enjoyed Sarah’s post about Do It Now // Do It Later. We all have things we do right away and things we procrastinate. Why do you think that is?
Olivewood Cardigan. I really want to knit a cardigan someday.
For my runner friends
How to Mentally Prepare For a Long Run. What are your tricks?
I need to know all about this. Haha. Java Junkies Unite: Tips and Tricks for Incorporating Coffee into Your Running Routine.
Tuna Lentil Salad. Yum. I think I’d love this.
Sticky Gochujang Chicken Wings. These look finger-licking good!
Authentic German Pretzel Buns (Laugenbrötchen). I wanna try these.
Creamy Kale and Mushroom Pasta Recipe. I made an adapted version of this the other day.
Pressed Italian Sandwiches. Yes, please.