Saturday, July 5, 2014

Weekend Reading

Good morning

Happy weekend!

This week I yelled at the Supreme Court and shared my Strawberry Margarita Jam, which makes it socially acceptable to have tequila at breakfast. I also wondered if anyone cares to hear about my dehydrating adventures. Let me know if you do! Yesterday I celebrated the fourth by sleeping in, making apricot jam, reading, and walking down the block to watch fireworks. Not a bad day.

Fruit yesterday is jam today

Onto links!

If you ever wanted to know how to ride a bike in a dress and maintain your modesty, it turns out all you need is a penny and a rubber band.

Yum! Fresh peach and corn salsa.

Want to support women in leadership roles? Check out this index fund that only includes well-performing companies that are also leaders in terms of supporting women in management. Sallie Krawcheck, one of the founders, says, "Research indicates that companies with more women in
senior management have higher returns on capital, lower volatility, greater client focus, increased innovation and greater long-term orientation. As a result, I believe they should also deliver better stockholder returns over time"
I say it's smart.

Strawberry Blood Orange Jam looks spectacular.

A former drug dealer defends liberal arts, and an argument (and crazy amazeballs video) in favor of arts in our schools. Seriously, go watch the video even if you don't feel like reading.

Guys. Magic wand salt and pepper shakers. For reals. I wants.

Making a summery dessert? Try topping it with Earl Grey coconut whipped cream. I think it would be DIVINE on a peach crisp.

All things Hobby Lobby. And what a woman’s choice means to the Supreme Court and social conservatives.

Ten years ago the New York Times printed forty-one wedding announcements, five of which were the first legal same-sex marriages to grace those pages. Last week they followed up with those five couples.

Want more great reads? Check out all weekend reading posts here.

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