This week’s and next week’s blog posts will be on the shorter side because it’s exam season. Best of luck to everyone studying their butts off (and thanks to those procrastinating by reading my blog).
For anyone else still on a Thanksgiving food kick, here’s a great GrubHub post on a chef’s Thanksgiving week. All of her “spontaneous” dishes sound like they’re to die for.
Pediatricians swallow Lego heads to prove a point.
See how the New York Time’s Best Books of 2018 compares to Goodread’s Best of 2018
Here’s my top pic from both of the above articles!
The great red cup debate. Great for instilling political controversy and for keeping those holiday brew lattes nice and warm.
This looks like something I need to do to finish the debut novel I’ve been working on since high school.
For your listening pleasure this week.
Easter was yesterday, in case you don’t celebrate it. I had a fabulous time with my family at church and brunch. I am now having a not so fabulous time writing essays and studying for tests, so today’s blog post is going to be short and sweet.
Do audiobooks count as reading?
Art lessons from Georgia O’Keeffe
If literature’s complicated men were on Tinder
Proof that cats are liquid
One White House, many eggs, and decades of scary bunnies
Peeps beer…who knew
Are you a “book spines face out” kinda person, or an artsy “titles face the wall” kinda person? I think I prefer being able to read my book titles, honestly. (Thanks, Mom, for the interesting read!)
What do you think the best Easter eggs are? I ran a Twitter poll (check it out HERE) and the winner was obvious: Reese’s eggs. I prefer M&M eggs. Good Housekeeping checked out tons of different eggs, and ranked them based off appearance, taste, and quality so you’re sure to get the best stuff in your basket. #themoreyouknow