One day delayed! I just realized that I forgot to hit ‘post’ on these sundries before catching my flight for Goose Bay, Labrador yesterday.
Halifax had it’s first major snowstorm yesterday as well. You’d think sometime during the hour and a half we sat on the runway waiting for de-icing I might have remembered to hit publish, but the post-holiday glow has me in a bit of a haze.
If you’re back at the office today, you can do it! Hopefully, there’s still some Baileys left you can pour in your coffee.
- These are the only rules for healthy eating that I will ever follow.
- Marie Kondo is releasing a follow-up book to The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing. It’s called Spark Joy and I am too excited for it.
- This makes me think I should publish a book called Harry Botter.
- First world problems are still problems.
- Everyone and their dog is doing newsletters this year. Poynter reviews how audio and email made a comeback in 2015.
- The breakfast of choice in a nation of hangover experts. Chasing hot soup with shots – my people!
- How Trudeau’s photographer helped shape his image.
- Having a working mom works for daughters.
- A funny thing happens when you Google ‘a long time ago in a galaxy far far away’.
- Lucky Peach has the best food articles. Here’s their Guide to Thailand’s Noodle Soups.
- Whatsoever Things Are True by Matthew Shaer is one of the best longform pieces of the year.
- How Google is changing the mobile news experience.
- New York Times photo editors talk about how they choose the images of the year.
- I’ve been keeping an eye on the news about the new ‘Sesame Credit’ game in China, which basically gives citizens points for acting in-line with party propaganda.
And that’s it! Now, back to eating chocolate.