Hello and Happy Friday the 13th! I’m back with more cool things I’ve found on the internet. I hope you enjoy them!
That’s all for today, and I hope it’s a good one!
Hey there! I hope this week has been treating you well. I’ve found some pretty cool things for this edition of Around The Internet, and it’s pretty photo heavy this time. Enjoy!
That’s all for today, and I hope it’s a good one for you!
Hello! I hope everyone’s doing great. Here’s some of the things I’ve come across lately that I thought were really cool.
That’s all for today, and have a great Monday!
Hey there! I’m having a pretty good weekend so far, and there’s been a lot of podcast listening, reading and crocheting. I wanted to take the time to share some of the really interesting reads, photos, and recipes I’ve come across lately.
That’s all for today, and I hope everyone enjoys their Sunday!
Hello and happy Friday! Here’s this month’s edition of some interesting stuff I’ve come across on the internet.
I’ll leave it there, and have a great Friday everyone!
Hey everyone! It’s time for another round of around the internet, where I share the cool things I come across.
- I have a tendency to procrastinate, and this could be why. Either way, it’s an interesting read.
- I really liked this write-up about deep brain stimulation.
- As someone who goes to book signings but never knows what to say, this was actually pretty helpful. It’s easier with some authors than others, though.
- I LOVED this essay about unlikable heroines in the Psy-Changeling series.
- We now have pictures of black holes, and THEY ARE AMAZING. Seriously, they are. I’m shouting because I’m excited. Science is really, really cool.
- These photos of Mount Fanjing are really cool.
- I was really sad to see that the Notre Dame Cathedral caught on fire. I really liked this write-up about the blogger’s trip to Paris.
- Speaking of travel: going to Salem would be pretty cool.
- Now that I think about it, I never visited the school library all that much, but libraries are definitely important. I’m sad to see that some schools are eliminating school librarians.
- I love the library extension for Chrome, and it’s been a lifesaver! Since I’m trying to be really picky about what books I’m buying in print, it’s been insanely useful to see which books are available at my library.
- This post really hit home, and it made me really, really miss my grandma.
- We’re going to be seeing a lot of adaptations on Netflix.
- As someone who’s read and written fanfic off and on for about 15 years, I wholeheartedly agree that it can help make you a better writer.
- I’m not going to be moving anytime soon but moving is a great time to sort through them. I like the idea of packing them in clear storage boxes. That’s a pretty genius idea.
- Who knew that Stanley Kubrick at 17 was such a great photographer?
- Semi-Related, in the photography sense: these California poppies are really pretty.
- Also related: Deer In Japan! Now I want to watch Bambi.
- I freeze ginger, but I never thought to freeze tomato paste or citrus.
- This week in shopping: Softest Touch Swing Tee|Perfect Sleeve Draped Swing Top|Scoop-Neck Swing Tee
- This week in shopping continued: I have them in pretty every color…except for white, because that is one color I refuse to wear. They’re really comfy tops
Hey there! We’re back with another round of some interesting reads and recipes I’ve come across recently. Enjoy!
- This read about gay sex in YA was a really interesting read.
- I think being creative is pretty important! Here are some cool ways to add creativity to your life.
- I liked this article about the invisibility of older women.
- I never find anything interesting in the books I come across.
- Want to know the secrets of an art thief? Here they are.
- I don’t exercise a lot, but when I do, it tends to be for shorter periods of time. Mostly because I’m out of shape, and I can only handle 10 to 15 minutes at a time before I get tired, but maybe I’ve been onto something this whole time.
- Seeing these castle hotels in the U.K. really make me want to travel!
- Speaking of travel, Salem seems like a pretty cool place to go to.
- A silent reading party sounds intriguing but a little nerve-racking.
- Working in a photo lab has to be interesting and a little weird. Can you imagine the pictures they’ve seen?
- If you grew up in the 90’s, you’ll probably love this list put together by Buzzfeed.
- You know it’s Lent when fish sandwiches starting popping up at every fast food place. Here’s a history on that, if you’re interesting.
- Does anyone else have a love-hate relationship with self-checkout?
- Here are some really cool photos: Frozen Lakes|I don’t think I’ve ever seen photos this interesting
- Now that I think about, trade schools were never pushed when I was in high school.
- As much as I love books, I’m totally fine with not keeping them.
- Are we sure this is a bookstore and not a library? Either way, it’s pretty cool.
- Let’s be kind to others, we never know what they might be going through.
- Here’s a list of 10 podcasts to check out if you’re in a reading slump.
- Recently, I’ve made: Chicken Enchilada Rice Casserole|Slow Cooker Guinness Pot Roast|Chicken Tamale Casserole|Salmon Teriyaki|Dr Pepper Pulled Pork|Irish Guinness Beef Stew
That’s all for today, and I hope you have a great weekend!
It’s time for another edition of Around The Internet, where I share some of the cool things I find on the internet. It’s a long one but there’s been a lot of interesting things I’ve come across.
- This article about a gardener killing people from beyond the grave was not what I expected.
- I never really thought about what Mardi Gras does to New Orleans but this article does a great job about talking about it.
- I tend to eat really similar things for lunch- some combination of chicken, rice and a vegetable, so I can definitely relate to this article.
- Reading about veterans committing suicide in VA parking lots made me sad and angry that they’re not getting the help they need and deserve.
- Here’s another interesting read: what we don’t talk about when we talk about serial killers.
- Hobbies are definitely important, and it’s why I’m glad I crochet. Also, I like crocheting, but I also don’t want to start selling it.
- This week in photos: 2019 Sony World Photography Shortlist|These photos make me want to play that one snowy level of Mario Kart|One Woman Used Her IPhone to turn her commute into some pretty awesome photos|The Loneliest Road In America|
- I liked this read about anger and irritability as signs of depression.
- Here are 10 facts about the Library Of Alexandria. On a related note, I really like the Great Library series by Rachel Caine
- I’ve been to quite a few book signings, and #10 is the one question that comes up pretty much every single time.
- I don’t usually buy greeting cards for people, but it is fun looking at them.
- Sometimes I read recipe introductions, sometimes I don’t. But they’re still pretty important.
- I can’t imagine being a kid, and knowing your whole is online.
- Re-usable bottles are everywhere now.
- This sounds like a fun DIY project: Decorating Trays With Adult Coloring Pages
- I use a combination of Goodreads, a spreadsheet, and the blog to track and journal what I read. It’s always interesting to see how people keep track of their reading.
- Friends Of The Library are pretty awesome, and I’m pretty sure the books I’ve donated to the library over the last year or so have ended up on their bookstore shelves.
- The only book in the children’s/YA realm I can think of that discusses periods is Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret by Judy Blume. Books don’t really bring it up, do they? They definitely should.
- If you like hot sauce, you’ll love the history of hot sauce in America.
That’s all for today, and I hope today is a great one for you!
It’s time for another edition of Around The Internet! It’s been a while and I seem to be doing these about once a month or so, so it’s about time for another one. There’s all kinds of interesting stuff out there, so I might be doing another sooner than expected.
- Laundromat Story Time is a brilliant idea. I know I get a lot of reading done at the laundromat, and there are a lot of families in there, so I think it’s a cool idea.
- Keeping up with series can definitely be challenging, but I get to them when I get to them, and hope I remember what the heck is going on.
- Book people seem to have a lot of thoughts on Marie Kondo: like how she doesn’t want you to throw your books away|loving books and still agreeing with Marie Kondo|3 reasons to KonMari Your Books Away
- Well, this was a trip down memory lane.
- I really love a good playlist, especially when it comes from authors.
- I can’t imagine being allergic to corn…or anything. I feel grateful that I have no allergies. None that I know of, anyway.
- Unfortunately, this is something all women can relate to.
- I will never understand why A Court Of Thorns And Roses is in YA section, because it is so not YA. But this blog post makes a lot of really good points.
- It’s been ages since I’ve read Harry Potter fanfic, but this list makes me want to start reading it again.
- I’m always adding stuff to my wishlist for my apartment: starting with this dinnerware|book decor
- Libraries are pretty awesome! And funny.
- This week in: You had one job.
- These photos are pretty cool.
- I liked this article about grief|Speaking of grieving, I also thought this article about not telling kids their mom was dying was interesting
- Here’s some recipes I made recently: Slow Cooker Baked Bean Soup|Ritz Chicken Casserole|Thick And Creamy Seafood Chowder|Korean Beef Rice Bowls
That’s all for today. I hope it’s a good one for you!
It’s time for another edition of around the internet, where I share some of the cool and interesting stuff I stumble across on my internet adventures. I hope everyone is having a great New Year so far! Mine’s going pretty well so far (better than last year, at any rate) and I hope it stays that way. Not just for me, but for everyone reading this!
- I need these Harry Potter blankets. Like, all of them.
- Here are the 30 best YA books of 2018, according to Paste Magazine.
- I liked this article about what male writers get wrong about teenage girls.
- These “crop circles” look pretty cool.
- I never really thought about how the results of sending your DNA off to sites like Ancestry can be a huge shock.
- Here is 2018 in pictures, courtesy of the New York Times. On a related note, here’s National Geographic’s 2018 photo contest winners.
- The next time someone asks me if I sell my stuff on etsy, I should show them them article about how everything is not a side hustle. I honest-to-goodness could do a whole rant about why people asking to buy a crochet item is really irritating. I won’t but I could.
- These photos are pretty amazing.
- And these pictures are why I love cats.
- If I had to swear on a book, it would be Harry Potter.
- I loved this cheesy ham and potato casserole! Also, these pizza pinwheels are pretty good, and so is this split pea soup. Oh,and I liked this ham and bean soup too. I had some leftover ham from Christmas I wanted to use up, so I’ve been cooking up a storm.
That’s all for today! I hope it’s a great one for you!