Happy Wednesday! I can’t believe it is already March. Did the month come in like a lion where you’re at? I hope you have a great day, whatever you’re up to, and here are a few links to explore (or bookmark for later)…
Rachel Dolezal was exposed as a white woman who had deceived almost everyone she knew. Why did she do it?
15 beautiful illustrations perfectly capture how it feels to be in love.
As automation reduces the need for human labor, some Silicon Valley executives think
a universal income will be the answer — and the beta test is happening in Kenya.
Tucking this podcast away for a rainy day.
A go-to meal for any time of day — but especially yummy at breakfast.
Everyday carry with the Tom Bihn Side Effect. (I totally want one now!)
Related: 3 Ways to Pack Your Tom Bihn Synapse 19
A shirt for those who dream big and hustle hard.
Related: Don’t Hide Your Hustle: Katie — Kelsey — Latasha
10 days along the border.
I’m considering starting a Whole 30 this month and this cookbook came highly recommended.
The enduring portrait of Myspace Tom, the Mona Lisa of profile pictures.
When a woman deletes a man’s comments online.
“It is no surprise to me that online debate has become the international sport of cis white men. Those who are least likely to be negatively impacted by the outcomes of discussions regarding the rights of marginalized people, who are driven by little more than ego and the risk of slight discomfort if society is made more equal, can gleefully jump from post to post, forum to forum, challenging the heartfelt pleas of those most at risk. “Well actuallys” are flung at those working for justice and equality like drive-bys of apathy. And those who are fighting for their lives are then forced to battle each challenger bearing advanced degrees in Google and entitlement in order to prevent the outright dismissal of their lived experience.”
Long-distance Uber & Lyft drivers’ crazy commutes, marathon days, and big paychecks.
P.S. A few Finding Delight posts you may have missed — 10 Ways to Take a Time Out and Practice Self Care and I Stopped Paying Women Compliments On Their Appearance and Here’s What Happened.