24 January 2015

For Saturday Couch Potato-ing


Thought I'd share a few of the many tabs I currently have open on my desktop...

Parents Talking to Their Kids About Sex For the First Time. Tiho and I were laughing out loud watching this. So awkward, adorable and hilarious.

I know this is everywhere, but I adore it: To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This. (A thought-provoking article from the NY Times Modern Love column). And then, the The New Yorker's awesome response: To Fall OUT of Love, Do This.

The Science of Simplicity: Why Successful People Wear the Same Thing Everyday. It seems like the term capsule wardrobe is everywhere lately. I'm not entirely convinced the concept is for me, but this article provides an interesting argument for drastically simplifying your wardrobe.

I've heard that the wedding footage from Maroon 5's latest music video is at least partially "faked," but I still think it's fabulous. The song is exceptionally catchy, too. I've played it no less than 97 times in the past week.

Why do we put ourselves in [proverbial] boxes? Kate's recent post on the repercussions of labeling really hit home for me. A quality read.

On a related note, I can't get enough of my sister's recently published piece about The Masks We Wear in Crowded Places. (Go Emma!)

The Delightfully Short Guide to Reading More Books. True, all of it. (It also helps when you finally embrace the e-reader and your techie husband happily loads up your iPad with all of your book requests).

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