this month is so rich in activities and change my head is already spinning! last night we went on a long walk for two hours, ending at a park at the other end of town, with no agenda other than spending time together. i’m hoping for more evenings like this this month to balance out the to-do lists and nerves and savor these long nights in our fair city.
a little roundup of some interesting tidbits from the week
+august 1, but summer still has one month of extended sunlight and excuses to spend hours reading. I’m eyeing the sustainable seafood title and alice watters’ new book.
+small fridges make good cities meaning instead of buying in bulk and refrigerating weeks worth of food, we spend days interacting with the cornerstones of our community. it’s also much better for the environment… could you do it? does telling you it’s very european sweeten the deal? oh, and could you take it one step further with this clay fridge?!
+what if i told you we’ve been going about teaching ourselves new concepts all wrong? another point for balance!
+this woman harvests close to one thousand pounds of fruits and vegetables per year!
+have you ever daydreamed about hopping on a plane to anywhere as long as the price was right? With this app, now you can.
+the executive chef behind the most expensive prix fixe menu in philadelphia has something to say to chosen gluten intolerant who visit his restaurant.