Favorite soup flavor of the moment…
Ahhh-choo! So it’s finally happened. I’ve caught some bug that’s been going around. I have been so careful, but the past few weeks have been crazy, and somewhere in there, probably in one of the airports, something finally got me.
This is my first sick day since I started working at home, and it’s been such a different experience in comparison to when I worked in an office. I’ve taken naps when needed, worked from bed at night, and have abandoned putting on make-up altogether. Our huge humidifier is running constantly, so I’m not enduring the dry, re-circulated air of my old office, and I have a constant supply of soup and fruit. It’s just more comfortable. And I’m getting the same amount of work done (take that Marissa Mayer!), which is good because I am completely buried in it.
I have found some time to peruse my favorite blogs though, so here’s what I’ve been reading lately!
- A Place at the Table opens today! // This is an important film, so go see it! (via Living Maxwell)
- The Kitchen of 2001, as Predicted by Walter Cronkite in 1967 // The idea of molded plastic plates and microwaved meals…GAG! (via The Kitchn)
- Fabulous Fermentation Week: Kimchi // I’ve always wanted to make our own kimchi, and she makes it look so easy! (via My New Roots)
- Pressure Cooker White Bean Chili Frito Pie // Not Paleo, but I have some nostalgic lunch room love for it. (via Steamy Kitchen)
- Millet salad with sun-dried tomatoes, kale, and beans // Looks so fresh! (via Edible Perspective)
- Korean Kimchi Wraps // Make Kimchi. Then make these! (via Green Kitchen Stories)
- Peanut Butter Bites // I have everything to make these and I bet you do too! (via Sprouted Kitchen)
- How artificial light is wrecking your sleep, and what to do about it // I feel like he wrote this with me in mind. (via Chris Kresser)
- Paleo Craziness: What’s With This Carbofastcycliccoffeeloading Thing?? // So true! You have to learn to walk before you can run! (via Robb Wolf)
- How to Take Action // Spot on! Such a great post on the importance of change beyond our own tables. (via Deliciously Organic)
Have a great weekend!
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