Roundup #16 - Friday the 13th edition.
It seems like the whole world has gone Valentine's Day crazy this year. Is that every year? Maybe I just don't pay close enough attention. Maybe it's because Jesse and I stay home to make nachos and avoid the whole restaurant scene. Regardless, while the world is swooning, they also seem to be overlooking the fact that today is Friday the 13th. Good reason to stay home, avoid the subzero temperatures and pop in a scary movie or two (though Scary Movie 2 is about as scary as I can handle). I digress.
Here's some links from around the web this week:
What a Happy Cell Looks Like - Really interesting piece from The Atlantic about how happiness interacts with our bodies on a cellular level.
Jesse's cousin is in New Zealand right now and her Instagram feed reminded me of the glow worm caves in Waitomo (pictured). Definitely on my list.
One of the world's most adorable old man knits sweaters for penguins. He's 109! Starting to feel the need to take up knitting.
Here is today. Ever feel like you're having the worst day ever? Start clicking and watch as the day starts to feel really inconsequential in the grand scheme of things.
Or maybe it isn't so inconsequential and it really is time for a change. Laurel Pantin's interesting take on leaving New York City for Cape Town.
And if horror movies aren't your thing, why not try your hand at Beeramisu as a special treat for tomorrow's holiday?