I’ve got space for two more hookup requests and a few more hookup offers in March’s Network of Nice. Send me 100-ish words about your non-Googleable, non-promotional idea at sarah (at) yesandyes (dot) org.
A book idea I wish I had: Fictitious Dishes: An Album of Literature’s Most Memorable Meals. Like, Heidi’s cheesy toast and The Bell Jar’s crab meat-stuffed avocados!
Also: grownup Poptarts!
It’s so rare that I add a blog to my RSS feed, but I’ve been loooooving Into-Mind. She recently wrote a great post about how to make learning and personal development a regular part of your life.
It’s totally gimmicky and I 100% don’t care. I love thisfancy water bottle with its charcoal stick filter.
Have you heard of the GTFO app? It lists all the flights with available seats leaving your city that night – listed from cheapest to most expensive. Wouldn’t that be fun for a last minute getaway?
What if you set Charity USA as your homepage? You can benefit leading non-profit organizations by clicking on the free contribution button daily, making a micro-donation, and shopping for gifts, apparel, jewelry, and home décor.
OF COURSE Rifle Paper’s redesign of Anne of Green Gables is gorgeous.
Discuss: “Sponsored” by my husband: Why it’s a problem that writers never talk about where their money comes from
Here’s my life. My husband and I get up each morning at 7 o’clock and he showers while I make coffee. By the time he’s dressed I’m already sitting at my desk writing. He kisses me goodbye then leaves for the job where he makes good money, draws excellent benefits and gets many perks, such as travel, catered lunches and full reimbursement for the gym where I attend yoga midday. His career has allowed me to work only sporadically, as a consultant, in a field I enjoy.
A pretty take on food blogging – watercolor-ed recipes.
Have you heard of Feasted? It’s like ‘Blue Apron’ … but for families living on a tight food budget. So important and helpful!
As a former linguist I loooove the Twitter feed @darewords – it’s a round up of regional American English.
And a few Yes & Yes posts you might have missed: Settle the eff down (or how to stop psyching yourself out), How to get over a breakup, 11 ways to make your home feel happier and more like you.
Hope you had a great weekend, friends!