I love Danielle Laporte's little #TruthBomb notes. Mostly because they can be interpreted in so many ways, they can be something for anyone. This one really got me because lately it's what I've been doing. Keep looking. Keep looking for the positive, keep looking for the opportunities, keep looking for a moment to connect with someone, keep looking for myself. Keep looking, dears.
How do class systems work? This little New York Times tool is a quick and easy peak into where you stand in the American class system.
There's fighting war and then there's covering war. C.J. Chivers has one of the most prolific war-zone bylines of our generation - and this long read is all about why he stopped.
Oh Sophia Loren, I just love you.
Everyone I know is dropping the lbs. left and right lately. I'm happy for them, and this gem - 4 ways to lose weight - had me laughing, and sighing.
Things you didn't know you needed: a comprehensive history of glitter.
Ryan Adams covered the entirety of Taylor Swifts 1989 and turned it into an emotional, at time angsty opposite to it's original.
The cake that made Ruth Reichl realize she was going to leave her husband, and 9 other dishes.
Sex and the City made it to Amazon Prime - one writer's assessment of how it holds up watching the whole shebang 17 years after its debut.
I will never look at Justin Bieber again without seeing Kate McKinnon (which might be the only thing that makes him remotely tolerable anymore) but damn have I had his latest on repeat during my workouts and commute. Have a great weekend!