Hello my beautiful friends! Today marks my THIRD day in a row of waking up at 5 am. (How do you every-day early-risers DO IT?) These early rise times have been to facilitate a pretty mind-numbing project so maybe it’s less about 5 am and more about all the work in the hours that follow. But either way, I’m totally zonked. Wednesday tho, amirite!? WE GOT THIS! Here are some links to help keep your eyes pried open ’til the weekend…
The surprisingly interesting story behind the filet-o-fish sandwich. (<–You know it is Lent when…)
Here’s what a food blogger actually eats in a day.
Photographer Omar Robles’ portraits capture dancers en pointe in San Juan.
This Kentucky Forecast t-shirt made me laugh.
SOOOO relateable re: small(er) town living has perks and big cities can be a sorta nightmare.
“i can’t deal with traffic anymore. or people. or pretty much anything that takes longer than five minutes and doesn’t move its mindlessly texting ass out of the way. i thought i was committed to being a city person but i’ve been in both new york and los angeles for work (LOL) over the past few months and rather than being like “hooray! look at all of the expensive juice options laid before me!” i’ve instead found myself thinking “shit, have there always been this many people on earth?”
A purse with TWO pom-poms so it can be your personal cheerleader.
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The next scientific breakthrough could come from the history books.
Researchers uncover a regional distinction in American Sign Language, and seek to preserve it.
Once hunted to near extinction, Europe’s great egrets take refuge along the Danube.
101 small ways you can improve your city.
I always end up sleeping in gym shorts and t-shirts but I’m considering an upgrade.
Pumping iron with Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer is no joke.
“Asked earlier this month about the most important person in her life, Ginsburg, who was widowed in 2010 and lost a close friend with the 2016 death of Justice Antonin Scalia, responded, “My personal trainer.” That would be Bryant Johnson, 52. You could think of Johnson’s sturdy limbs as a fourth branch of government, grafted onto the judiciary, keeping it aloft.”