Web Time Wasters

How was your week, friends?  Spring finally, finally arrived in Minnesota and I’ve been celebrating accordingly: J.D. Salinger-themed dinner party/book club!  Bonfires! Mini pies! Dinner at this fancy/weird restaurant!  Brunch with Alex and Sally and Erika! And tonight I’m going to see this play with nine friends.Anyway.  Enough about me.  Let’s talk about the internet!

Things to eat/cook/bake/drink: spinach and artichoke grilled cheesesalads on a stick (!), lentil and chickpea salad with feta and tahini.

I miiiiight give my heart-shaped sunglasses a break and try these this summer.

Let’s go to all of these beautiful and bizarre hotels! Mark my words, I’m gonna make that ish happen.


12. Herbs in the salad.
13. Horseradish in the mashed potatoes.
14. Cinnamon in the chili.

My girl Rachel Hills summarizes my thoughts about Instagram perfectly.
My life may be awesome, but like most people’s, it lacks the aesthetics of a popular lifestyle blog (or perhaps more accurately, I lack both the will and the investment to make it look like a popular lifestyle blog). And if I was on Instagram, I would free pressure to present it that way 24/7.

If you know anyone who’s lost a friend or family member, you should read this.This dress will be perfect for the one million weddings I’m going to this summer. With these sandals and these bangles.


Wow.  An interview with one of Hitler’s taste testers.
While the rest of the country struggled to get even coffee, or had to spread margarine diluted with flour on their bread, Margot Wölk could have savored the expensive vegetable dish — if not for the fear of dying, that is.I love this blog post and all the comments: 25 Things That Make Me So Happy I Want To Pee My Pants.

A new tumblr to love: Pen + Ink.  Illustrations and stories of tattoos.

10 of the strangers/coolest houses in the world!

Yesssss: A real squirrel drinking from a tiny coffee cup made for squirrels.

If you needed more encouragement to travel: Why Travel Makes You Awesome.  ALL OF THIS IS SUPER TRUE.
You’ve traveled the world. Hiked Mt. Everest. Dived the Great Barrier Reef. Wined and dined that beautiful French girl in Paris, navigated unknown cities, and conquered your fear of heights. In short, you did awesome things. How can you not be more confident? How can you not be sure about your abilities? After accomplishing so much, you’re going to feel a lot more confident in your ability to achieve anything you set your mind to.

Wanna know what goes on behind the scenes at a photo shoot?

Let’s do all of these: 17 Things To Do Today That Will Make You Proud Of Yourself In A Year.

Some Yes and Yes posts you might have missed: 10 things to do on your lunch break that don’t involve Facebook or Lean Cuisine, Don’t be jealous (No. Really. Don’t), True Story: I was homeless.

Hope you guys had a great week!



Hi–I'm a long time reader and lurker! I just wanted to say that I love your web time wasters post and also that I am writing this from less than two blocks away from Parka! I should try it out sometime. Thank goodness spring is here!


This is my favorite webtime wasters yet. Just spent 45 minutes on the 25 things article and started a word document of things that make me so happy i wanna pee my pants (it's got 32 things on it already… 8 of which have to do with cats)


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