Weekly Recap

Sunday Sundries | Vol. 11

Δ Check out the bar that Wes Anderson Built.

Δ The Software Engineering Disaster Hall of Fame is hilarious – you’ll never believe how many times a bad line of code has put the the human race at risk.

Δ Why Having Your Portrait Made is Important is so true! I recommend having professional portraits done once a year.

Δ Whoa Travel is a super awesome group I met at the Women in Travel Summit in Boston. They have one trek that puts you (and a bunch of other kickass women) on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro on International Women’s Day. How freaking cool is this?

Δ 10 Places That Are Nowhere Near As Dangerous As You Think – don’t let the fear mongering stop you from experiencing these amazing places.

Δ How Well Are You Treating Your One Employee? Tips for the self-employed.

Δ How We Roll – The Coast’s guide to lobster rolls in Halifax. For people like me who love lobster rolls. Not on this list: Salty’s does a great lobster roll on a croissant with a green salad AND they have a patio. Win/Win.

Δ Codecademy has a sweet new Ruby on Rails course that’s short, sweet and informative.

Δ 23 of the Most Inspiring Views on the Planet – despite all the hyperbole going on in that title, these are some pretty sweet places, with good photos.

Δ 98 Types of Food Cut Into Perfect Cubes. Mmmm, oddly satisfying.

Δ Maddie is a rescue dog who goes on adorable adventures with her human photographer.

Δ I’ve been following 37 Frames for awhile now. They’re English wedding photographers based in Tokyo, Japan. This recent pre-wedding they shot in Kyoto is stunning.

Δ My friend Katie argues Why Selfie Sticks Aren’t Ruining Travel on her travel blog, Stories My Suitcase Could Tell.

Δ What to do if following your dreams puts you in debt.

Δ Why aren’t there more female film directors?

Δ Pizza in the Wild, a photoessay.

Δ Survival Guide for Modern Artists:

Hi, I’m Mel, blogger and tea sommelier at Mel Had Tea. I love to explore, learn, and meet new people. Nothing inspires me more than reading, traveling the world, talking to strangers, and drinking tea.

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