Wednesday Web Wanderings #7
For this week's installment of Web Wanderings, I've included more than just fun book news because.....well, because so many of us are at home and looking for additional things to occupy our time and thoughts. Here's a few noteworthy links for you.
A charming story about a Small Free Library
Eat healthily AND reduce stress but incorporating some of these 9 food into your diet - here's how.
In this time of staying home, it likely means you're cooking more. Or thinking about cooking more. A NYT article about digital community cookbooks caught my eye as a way to stay in touch over food. "Some cookbook projects have drawn in strangers. Alicia Cohn, a product marketer in Seattle, started sending friends a newsletter containing her favorite recipes. Soon, friends of friends were signing up for the mailing list and contributing recipes. Ms. Cohn has founded the Quarantine Recipe Club, and compiled all the recipes into an online spreadsheet where people can share feedback."
Washington has just loosened restrictions on our outdoor activities, opening parks, trails, and boating. If you're craving a bit of nature, he's a selection of nature related books for all ages.
Are you interested in giving your bookshelves a facelift? Maybe do a little dusting and reorganizing? Here are 6 ways to organize your books for a new look.
And, wrapping up today's links with a quote from Duke Ellington, musician.
"A problem is a chance for you to do your best."