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September 6, 2019

I LOVE LISTS

 

I LOVE LISTS

  1. Some back -to-school dinners for you, from me via TheKitchn
  2. When I worked in a photolab, I loved seeing people’s burning man photos
  3. The art of nature.
  4. Some tips to jazz up your resume.
  5. Why it’s so hard for people to date offline.
  6. I didn’t realize this was a problem at IKEA.
  7. I can’t believe this is a train station.
  8. A bunch of photos of Freddie Mercury in the 1970s.
  9. Doodling at work can make you more productive
  10. I cannot imagine what plant based shrimp tastes like.
  11. How to get the most out of a parent teacher conference.
  12. Another reason to go to Tokyo.
  13. I quite like these glitched-out paintings.
  14. I had no idea about the high-rise graveyards of Hong Kong.
  15. Very first products of famous brands.
  16. The world’s largest Starbucks is about to open soon. This is 2019.
  17. How to kill it at Karaoke- Two Words: Weird Al
  18. Another way to use your phone- take all the apps off the home screen.
  19. For the watercolor lover in your life.
  20. Food for thought: Intimacy & the Internet
  21. How to live a meaningful life.

 

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  • Michellw

    Thank you for sharing the photos of Freddie!

  • Molly Fiegel

    I had some plant based shrimp 20 years ago. As a vegetarian, it was one of the things I missed. All I can say is I hope this new version is better, because what I had was…..not great. The taste wasn’t so bad but the texture was way too chewy…..

  • Shawna Greenway

    I just cleaned up my Home Screen! Why didn’t I think of this before???

  • Kristin

    Thanks for all of the great links! How sad is it that I looked at the first Ikea photo and immediately thought of people hiding from a shooter? Sigh.

  • Victoria Pease

    I love that you shared the IKEA story, I live in Glasgow and was howling when it hit the news that a plan for a hide and seek event was foiled by the police!

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