This week’s NaNoWriMo update: 50,112 words. Yup, technically, I’ve won, but I’m going to keep going until the end of the month. Possibly beyond. I’m only on chapter 29 of 36 after all. =:D
Sweden vows to become one of the first fossil-fuel free nations. Collective Evolution.
Can drinking more be healthy? Pacific Standard. Now I think we have to look at factors outside alcohol consumption to get the whole picture, but I’ll leave it to you to figure out where you stand on the issue.
The Psychiatric Times revisits Robin Williams’ suicide.
Art heals. The Telegraph.
Teen wins $400,000 for his video explaining Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity. Motherboard.
Upworthy lists fifteen badass women of World War II. Thinking thoughts? I am!
Puppies learning to howl (we called it doing the O’s):
Can reptiles exhibit joy?
Peace on earth was all it said . . . One Tin Soldier by The Original Caste:
Come back next week for some more Thoughty Thursday 🙂
This week, a recipe for inspiration. For your consideration.
A pinch of introspection. How we know who we are. Joshua Knobe on BrainPickings.
A spoonful of introversion. 30 Problems only introverts will understand from Tickld.
A wee tipple of a comic on what to do when you’re feeling overwhelmed.
A taste of Neil Gaiman’s anti-bullying sentiments. Difference is magic.
A little edumacation on autism. What we know, and what we don’t know. Wendy Chung’s TED talk.
A smidgen of imagery. The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. The Atlantic.
A fair bit of travel. Distractify’s 25 cities your should visit in your lifetime.
Too much of one place I wouldn’t want to go. The forecast calls for spiders, from I fucking love science.
Some physical activity. Walking leads to increased creativity. The American Psychological Association.
A heaping serving of mortality. I guess I was feeling a little morbid this week.
And … to make it all better, and because I love you, a sweet bit of PUPPY STAMPEDE!
Mix it all together and what do we have? You tell me, folks 😉
It’s all Writerly Goodness.