The Good Stuff: Implicit Bias, Birds That Glow, and The World's Most Beautiful Toilet

Happy Friday, folks! Any fun plans for the weekend? This last month or so has been a whirlwind/absolute nightmare, so I'm planning on some much-needed catch up time with friends.

I've compiled a list of all the best links from the web for ya.  Because you need a break.  Because it's Friday.  Enjoy.  ;)

How to design your home based upon your zodiac sign (mine is pretty much already dead on!)

What is an "untouchable day" and why do you need one?

Speak up!  "Your silence serves no one."

This photo-series of forgotten places makes me want to go off the grid.

The wild stories behind the world's rarest colors. 

This astronaut brought her son to a photoshoot and it's absolutely adorable. 

A tribute to girl scout roots

A cat bed to beat all cat beds.

I just finished So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo and while that book was hard AF (see my review on goodreads here), it did get me thinking more about implicit bias

A new typeface that merges braille with visible letters might make braille more accessible for all readers. 

This Phantom of the Opera beatbox is insane. 

The tea lover's guide to Hong Kong. Alright....take me back! 

A patient at the Heidelberg Psychiatric Clinic during the 1890s embroidered her straight jacket, creating a powerful item and a unique piece of art. 

Take me to the colorful village of Guatape! 

If you're like me you talk about food guilt as a way to bond with other people.  Here's why we need to stop doing that. 

Nature is reclaiming this abandoned Chinese fishing village and it is beautiful. 

Why do some birds glow under black light?

Let's hear it for good sportsmanship. 

Hardcore porridge. How to eat breakfast like a 17th century Swedish satanist. 

This Thai treat is so smooth it's name translates as "I forgot I swallowed" and well, let's just say my interest in piqued. 

Of course Norway has the most beautiful public toilet

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