I can't believe we've turned the corner and are now fully hurtling down the road of 2018. So far, it's been fabulous. We had a winter snowstorm that left us hunkered down for seven days (there were pros and cons to that one), dinner parties, Nerf gun wars, card games, minimalism challenges and decluttering, re-cluttering and books, books, books.
Amidst it all, I logged some serious online time and enjoyed all of these little gems from around the web:
These test answers from school kids are pretty funny. I don't normally tolerate clickbait, but these were worth it.
This article about a white guy 'for rent' in China was interesting. While I lived there, I was approached several times for modeling/acting gigs. Pretty funny.
The mindset of rapists? This NPR article wasn't easy to read, but I'm glad I read it.
Are Americans in more pain than citizens of other countries? This made me hesitate before going to the doctor for some low-back pain.
What is your water? This may just explain my nightly bath habit.
The Kaiser Model? Tackling poverty in Oklahoma through private (one man's) funding - from women's prisons to preschools to...Bob Dylan?
What It's Like to Travel the World and Teach Yoga...I enjoyed this article not just for the amazing pics but much of what Lilleston writes resonates with me, both in terms of travel and just her philosophy in general.
I got this lipstick for Christmas and love it. It's the most hydrating lipstick I've ever owned.
This New York Times article made me think, for the first time, about the journalists behind the stories that are often so hard to read.
What Giada eats for breakfast...I'm not gonna lie; this sounds gross.
This article on The New Yorker's website was fascinating. I basically never want to 'go under' again.
United Airlines has a new way for dealing with overbooked flights. Let the bidding begin.
I hope everyone is off to a lovely week. Happy Tuesday!