Monthly Archives: September, 2014

Link Love (2014-09-27)

Thought-provoking #617: All The Dating Advice, Again – Captain Awkward “Friends and colleagues often ask my wife how she balances her job and motherhood. Somehow, the same people don’t ask me.” Why I am leaving the best job I ever had – Max Shireson’s blog 3 Simple Things That Will Make You 10% Happier – Barking …

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Link Love (2014-09-20)

Thought-provoking Yes, I am neurotic. Thank you for noticing – The Bloggess “But under this new vow, I was shocked at how often I lied to people about little things, unimportant items that I easily could have been truthful about. It’s almost like I had a reflex to lie only about things I had no …

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Link Love (2014-09-13)

Thought-provoking Janet Iwasa: How animations can help scientists test a hypothesis – TED “This suggests that the ways we learn are more similar than different. Some people might be better at learning certain types of things than others, but given a particular subject, science hasn’t different ways of learning it that are consistently better for …

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Link Love (2014-09-06)

Thought-provoking “OPTION ONE: Complain and use the diagnosis as an excuse for inaction. “Sorry, I can’t exercise, I have a bad knee/back/genetics/whatever. Now, hand me the remote and that pint of ice cream. Damn my poor luck!” Unfortunately, life isn’t fair. Some people get to play life on Easy Mode, while others have to play …

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Writer’s Wednesday: How to Fall In Love by Cecelia Ahern

TW for suicide, and discussions around suicide. In my head I always finish the title of this chick lit novel by Cecelia Ahern as How to Fall in Love (With Life). Cause that’s really what it boils down to. Cecelia Ahern is one of my favourite chick lit writers, because she’s continously able to turn what could …

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