Happy Friday! What are you up to this weekend? I’ll be devouring my newest book, The Atomic Weight of Love, attending a yin yoga class and baking some strawberry-rhubarb pie. Oh, and we’re also compiling a list of things to do in Seattle, Portland and the surrounding areas. (Any recommendations?) Hope you have a good one! Here are a few fun links from around the web:
“If you want to change the fruits, you will first have to change the roots. If you want to change the visible, you must first change the invisible.” — T. Harv Eker
- From the archives:10 Lessons From 10 Years of Yoga.
- “What compelled you to put a waterfall of this size inside an airport?”
- Rather than identifying as old, young or middle-aged, be an “old person in training” instead
- Love this! Running Out of Children, a South Korea School Enrolls Illiterate Grandmothers.
- The new rule for empathy seems to be: reserve it, not for your “enemies,” but for the people you believe are hurt, or you have decided need it the most.
- Do you own your medical data? Legally (and frighteningly), the answer is “no.”
- What Amazon knows about you. Yikes.
- Phosphorescent – “Song for Zula”