Here’s a quick round-up of some very GOOD links you can browse through on your morning commute or during your lunch break.
Cooking for One: 29 Insanely Easy, Healthy Meals You Can Make in Minutes: Try out a new recipe tonight! Bump up the measurements if you’re feeding crowd!
How White Flight Ravaged the Mississippi Delta: “For generations, plantation owners strove to keep black laborers on the farm and competing businesses out of town. Today, the towns faring best are the ones whose white residents stayed to reckon with their own history.” This long-form Atlantic piece sheds some light on an oft neglected part of American history and geography.
Writing in Notebooks: You might have some notebooks lying around your house. You might have been waiting on the perfect time or idea to get started on that first clean page. Here are some handy ideas to get you started on some inspiration!
The Geography of Gratitude: What Americans in every state are thankful for, according to Facebook…the results might just surprise you!
TEDTalk Spotlight: The way we think about charity is dead wrong by Dan Pallotta. Challenge your preconceived notions that calls out the double standard that drives our systematically broken relationship to charities. Get ready to think!