Cannot believe it’s mid-January already. Maybe one of my resolutions should be to slow down.
Random Links of Love…
Saw this adorable iPod/iPhone hanger/charging station on Cookies & Crafts (found the blog via HEAB). The original instructions are in German – will have to do some translating!
The dangerous effects of reading. Cool title and very illuminating article about our drive to consume all day, every day. He says instead of optimizing for consuming (45 minutes listening podcasts on the way to work, 30 minutes blog reading on the toilet, etc…) we should optimize to create (cease input – turn off the cellphone as much as possible, stop reading every single stupid blog post that comes up in your reader, etc…). Obviously I don’t want you to stop reading my blog But he makes great points.
How To Nap.
- New Yorkers have the highest life expectancy in the nation - they smoke less, walk more, and are more social.
What are your weekend plans? Do you have off on Monday?
Bobby and I have a packed schedule. Last night I took a yoga class, then we got Korean food in K-town, headed home, our lock was broken (no broken into, just broken so we couldn’t get in!), then finally (12am) headed up to a party, and got home around 3am. I think I have got to stop getting Korean food from this place we go to – the food is delicious but I wake up feeling sick the day after (bloated, thirsty, and just yuck). It must be the salt – or else there is a ton of MSG (I’m slightly allergic to it – and actually now that I think about it, yes the MSG must be it because MSG makes me lightheaded and I get a weird pressure in my temples after I eat it, and I definitely felt wonky last night after dinner. Duh, Maggie.). Unfortunate because I love Korean food (you may have guessed from my current header picture). This afternoon I’m doing yoga – with Bobby and with my brother (another Robert) and the rest of the weekend is packed full until Monday, which I have off.