Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Sunday Stuff (on a Tuesday)

Random internet quiz of the week: What career should you actually have? Moral of the story: It doesn't matter if you're not sure what you want to do with your life. You'll figure it out eventually, and the internet will validate your decision.

Loved Martha Rose Shulman's response to this question: "There are a lot of politics and emotional weight that comes along with vegetarianism. How do you manage to write about it without feeling preachy or pushy?"

Enjoying summer-like warm weather.  This might call for new sandals. It's cool if I pick some that match my toddler's, right?

A plethora of parenting-related links:

16 Things I Want My Daughters to Know should really be titled: 16 Things All Humans Should Know.

Touched by Rob Lowe's thoughts on sending his son off to college.

Amused at Deb at Smitten Kitchen's description of an unexpected day all to herself for the first time in 5 years: "I realize this is probably the dullest story ever told, but I honestly couldn’t believe the lap of limitless luxury my life had become. I can’t believe there are people that live like this every single day; I can’t believe I was once one of them. This is probably how having kids turns you into one of those fuddy-duddies you remember your parents being."

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