Sneezing when you’re driving is kind of scary.
I love a good book, but hate when it’s finished. For that reason I will always leave the last few pages and kind of ration them out over a couple days, unless I have another book waiting to be read. Then I just finish the first one and move on.
Larabar is retiring the Cocoa Mole flavor, so stock up if you like it.
Two people can experience the exact same thing in entirely different ways.
When you are running behind, the following things are bound to happen on your drive: you will realize your gas tank is on “E” and debate the merits of stopping or chancing it and waiting until later; you will hit every red light; you will get stuck behind a farm implement with no room to pass (still obsessively checking the gas gauge every five seconds) before passing a cop and silently thanking said farm implement for forcing you to go under the speed limit even though you’re late.
OK. Maybe that just happened to me.
I love The Onion and this one is so, so true. Person With Almost No Responsibility Always Stressed Out.
I can feel much more insecure than I thought, and this royally pisses me off.
Baking salmon, steaming broccoli and boiling eggs at the same time can make your kitchen smell…interesting.
Amy’s Four Cheese Pizza is in fact a bit more delicious than just the cheese version.
They claim the crust is thinner, but I didn’t think so (I love the crust on this one.) And as we know, thin food can cause controversy.
Post block syndrome—similar to writer’s block in that one feels unable to come up with any post-worthy content.
"People can’t conceive of a virtue in someone else that they can’t conceive in themselves. Instead of believing you’re stronger, it’s so much easier to imagine you’re weaker." — Chuck Palahniuk
If an old lady calls you “sweetie,” it’s sweet. If a woman your own age calls you “sweetie,” it’s completely condescending.
Speaking of sweet, here is your cute animal video for the week.
Finding a band-aid anywhere is just really gross.
There will be people that don’t like you. There will be people you don’t like. Shrug it off.
I’m learning it takes trust and vulnerability to really be a friend. See, a true friend is one that has seen your vulnerabilities, couldn’t care less and reminds you that this too shall pass.
On that note, it’s “couldn’t care less” and not “could care less.” Sorry. Pet peeve.
All my magazine subscriptions arrive on about the same day and I feel overwhelmed and like I have to hurry up and read them all. However, two weeks later half of them will still be sitting on my “throw it there” table, unread. Sigh…
"We can never judge the lives of others, because each person knows only their own pain and renunciation. It’s one thing to feel that you are on the right path, but it’s another to think that yours is the only path" ~ coehlo
Nuns riding bikes will not always yield to pedestrians. Trust me on this one.