What’s everyone up to this week? Have you clocked the Oscar Nominations yet? I always set out to watch as many of the films as I can before the awards show…but I’m not always that successful. Wouldn’t it be fun to start an Oscar Noms club where you meet up with a group of friends to watch and discuss (a la book club style)? Hmmm…the wheels are turning! Hope you have a great rest of your week, and here are some links to read and watch…
The things that come to those who wait.
TV’s $20 million woman reveals her behind-the-scenes fight for “what I deserve.”
It’s not you. Commuting is bad for your health.
Inside the home of Instant Pot, the kitchen gadget that spawned a religion.
Why do cartoon villains speak in foreign accents?
Bacon and the intellectual awakening of a Canadian nonagenarian.
My friend emailed me about this book today and it looks right up my street.
Sheet pan meals 15 ways.
A beautiful table runner to usher in spring weather.
Why did I not know this movie existed until this week?
A new clue to the mystery disease that once killed most of Mexico.
The sexual assault epidemic no one talks about.
P.S. A few Finding Delight posts you may have missed — Ditch the Bare Cupboards & Empty Refrigerator and A Book Coach Shares Her Hustle.
Hello again! It seems folks all over the country have been experiencing a cold snap these last few days so I hope you’re managing to stay warm and toasty. The lows in Miami were in the 50’s and it was amusing to watch the locals break out their parkas and beanies. That’s practically an arctic blast down here! In other news, Chet and I are headed to St. Pete tomorrow. I’m super stoked to see my sister, play a little shuffleboard, and enjoy the gulf-side of the state for a few days. Have you ever been to St. Petersburg, FL? Any recommendations? I’ll post what we’re up to over on my Instagram. Hope you have a great rest of your week, and here are a few links for you to peruse…
The tech inside this 19th century conveyance isn’t stuck in the 19th century.
This and a set of stencils seems like a fun recipe for a whole host of DIYs.
Making Oprah: The inside story of a TV revolution.
How adorable would it be to scatter these around a wedding reception venue?
Why is this painting so captivating?
I’m obsessed with Alessandra Olanow’s illustrations.
Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes speech.
How we found (and lost) the dream of Personal Rapid Transit.
A genius way to give back.
A Harvard linguist reveals the most misused words in English.
Make college football great again by making it more like high-school debate.
There are as many names for french toast as ways to cook it.
P.S. A few Finding Delight posts you might enjoy — My Three Favorite Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes and The Big Business of College Sports.
Do you own a bike? While I currently don’t have a bicycle of my own, I must say, this one certainly caught my eye.
“Comfort and refinement are a rare combination in cycling, but the Civia Loring is the perfect fusion of both. With an upright riding position and a bamboo-accented front rack, it’s a stylish, eco-friendly way to bring home dinner from the farmer’s market.”
I can’t say I’m brave enough to attempt biking through Miami traffic. But, according to some wanderlust-fueled googling, there are some really beautiful spots to bike in Homestead (this trail through the Everglades promises you’ll spot some alligators) and down in The Keys. What would you pack up front in the bamboo rack for such an adventure?
Do you have a dream bike you’ve been lusting after? Leave a link below. I wanna see!