- Anxiety Linked to High Intelligence. We’re all geniuses!
- Attention Alert: A Study on Distraction Reveals Some Surprises. So don’t worry!
- 12 Problems That Only Busty Girls Have is pretty self-explanatory.
- Clothes and Self-Perception. This totally makes me want to go out and buy clothes without holes.
- The Fattest People in Paleo. Mad props.
- Stop Being Full of Shit When You Celebrate Strong. Self-explanatory.
- I’m Calling for a New Paradigm. Variation on the Theme.
- How Do Women and Girls Feel When They See Sexualized or Sporty Images of Female Athletes? Interesting research.
- Is the paleo diet hard to do? Can you make the change? Brilliant post by Robb Wolf.
- Endless Screenings Don’t Bring Everlasting Health. I could’ve told you that.
- Potatoes: Harmless Side Dish… or DEVICE OF DEATH!? A short piece for Spezzatino, which raises money for the Healthy Food Bank.
- Five reasons to stop trying to look cool at the gym. A sidebar from an article I wrote for Wellness.MN made it onto Savvy.MN! Check it out if you missed it the first time.
Heck Yeah! (AKA Posts I Wanted to Send to Everyone I Know)
- An Imagined Girls Night Conversation Between Katniss Everdeen, Hermione Granger, Bella Swan and Buffy Summers.
- Student creates portable houses for homeless. Warm fuzzies!
- How to get more likes on Facebook. Don’t do these things. Trust me.
- Startup Professionals Musings: 5 Ways to See If Your Business Integrity is Showing. The world needs more of this.
- Movements in Design: Portrait Play. I stumbled upon Rachel’s blog and was intrigued. I just loved this analysis on food issues in the South Bronx. It reminded me of The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, and a book titled The Revolution of Everyday Life.
- 10.5 ways local bookstores beat Amazon. Yes. Also, I hear Amazon contracts suck.
Stay tuned for reviews! Also, I am redoing my entire writing portfolio! But I will be traveling for a bit; first to New York for the ASJA conference, and then covering some events in Wisconsin. Thank you, as always, for your patience and support!
Please leave links for your favorite posts from the week, or thoughts on the ones I posted. Just remember to keep criticism constructive; we build people up rather than tearing them down.