10 Thanksgiving meals that are just as good as turkey (if not better)
Yes, we know turkey is so synonymous with Thanksgiving the holiday is even frequently referred to as “Turkey Day,” but some of us are seriously over all the gobble-gobble. There, we said it.
It seems like sacrilege to admit it, but we figured we can’t […]
You can tell a lot about a city by its neighborhood bookstores. And that’s certainly the case with San Francisco. Below, in no particular order, is a tour of ten superb neighborhood stores—each independent, unique, and worthy of a visit,
2225 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
Open daily, 10 a.m–10 p.m.
Creativity is a tricky word. Consultants peddle it, brands promise it, we all strive for it, often without really knowing quite what “it” really is. Put simply, there’s a lot of snake oil around creativity. But now here’s author Elizabeth Gilbert (TED Talk, Your elusive creative genius) to cut through the guff with her distinctl […]
Welcome to October’s edition to amazing and entertaining links from around the web.
Halloween Web is a fun website for all things spOoOOoky.
The Hustle – The most interesting reading I’ve done on the Internet in a long time.
Pick the Brain – Grow yourself.
Google’s Night Walk – Wow.
Supercook – Instant recipes based on […]
Back again with some of our favorite links from time wasting, time saving and all the rest.
Solve the Riddle – This is great if you like riddles and puzzles.
Hemingway App – Hemingway App, named after the legendary writer Ernest Hemingway is basically a free grammar and error checking tool to improve your writing significan […]
Join me in a new monthly series featuring some of my latest favorite websites for life and beyond.
DIY Decor Projects Worth Tackling in 2016 – Some amazing ideas to really spruce up your space and stick with the trends.
3 Productivity Tips You Can Start Using Today – Harvard Business School’s quick tips to keep you on […]
Who knew this place existed, I certainly didn’t. Located in the Financial District of SF the institute describes themselves: “The Mechanics’ Institute is a leading cultural center that includes a vibrant library, a world-renowned chess program and a full calendar of engaging cultural events. Founded in 1854 to serve […]
This year, most of the best stories I read came in small-ish packages. Many books that were either big in size — like Garth Risk Hallberg’s over-900-page opus, City on Fire,and Jonathan Franzen’s 500-plus page Purity — ended up being just “OK.” The same, in my opinion, went for some books that generated “ […]