What’s up, buttercups? How was your Easter weekend? We enjoyed a lovely (lazy) day at home complete with Easter baskets (I even made one for Wink!) and a ham for dinner. But after our recent trip to Louisiana, where I enjoyed ALL the food, and devouring my fair share of Easter candy, I think it might be time to hop back on the Whole 30 train. I’m thinking of starting another round on Monday! Have you ever done one? Hope you enjoy the rest of your week, and here are some links from around the web…
How to succeed in ANY job? Learn these skills.
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Put this in my Amazon wish list immediately after reading this, haha!
I’ve been binge watching The Budgeteers on YouTube. (And now I want to buy their shirt!)
Misty Copeland on trolls, therapy, and the fouettés that went viral.
In L.A.’s first suburb, a feeling of unease in the age of Trump.
What happens when your city becomes bachelorette central?
How an Instagram post led to an N.F.L. cheerleader’s discrimination case.
“Cheerleaders are told not to dine in the same restaurant as players, or speak to them in any detail. If a Saints cheerleader enters a restaurant and a player is already there, she must leave. If a cheerleader is in a restaurant and a player arrives afterward, she must leave. There are nearly 2,000 players in the N.F.L., and many of them use pseudonyms on social media. Cheerleaders must find a way to block each one, while players have no limits on who can follow them.
The team says its rules are designed to protect cheerleaders from players preying on them. But it puts the onus on the women to fend off the men.”
There’s something funny about Tiffany Haddish.
What happens when you live on 51% of your income.
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Alcohol delivery service: Because wine is better from your sofa.
The surprising reason that there are so many Thai restaurants in America.
P.S. A few Finding Delight posts you may have missed — Chicken Pad Thai Salad and Everything You’ll Need for a Wine Tasting Evening.