The Secret History of Bagels - The Atlantic Food... →
oh how I love thee, dear bagel…
wordjournal: noun • spring fatigue that sets in when the sun has come out, yet it still feels like winter. (Estonian) It is the yearning for sunlight and all of the earthly pleasures that you know must be right around the corner coupled with the grim knowledge that nature will find a way to delay your satisfaction for as long as possible. (via Itching for Eestimaa) 1 part cabin fever 1...
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All 13 episodes of Cosmos are now on Hulu...freee →
Americans love to shampoo. We lather up an average of 4.59 times a week, twice...– When It Comes To Shampoo, Less Is More : NPR A salon person in Brooklyn told me this a few years ago, after I asked why my hair looked like it was blown dry even though I never used a hair drier. I changed my habits and can verify from experience that it works…at least with my type of...
Eating Food That’s Better for You, Organic or Not... →
if you need the cliff’s notes to The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan (with some things left out), you can start with this article
When someone you love dies, you don’t lose them all at once. You lose them in...– Simon Birch (via filmquotes) it doesn’t apply universally, but i’d say it’s an apt metaphor
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Is it risky to replace the top management of a company? We voters do it every...– Philip Greenspun’s Weblog » Fire the AIG management [via daring fireball