Reading the internet, week 6

Happy friday readers! Next friday (technically early saturday morning) I am leaving Mexico which is a sentence I can’t believe I just typed. We’re going to have to process that somewhere else. But for now, some reads. One of my favorite foodbloggers, the Amateur Gourmet  (and the first food blog I followed back in 2008 or 9) went to Germany as part of a Eurotrip … Continue reading Reading the internet, week 6

Reading the internet, Week 2

And we’re back. Here’s what you should read this weekend: Fear of Missing Important Meals while traveling. This is a real thing, especially for those of us who tend to overthink everything (hi!). America’s relationship with dates sort of started with cultural appropriation. Instyle’s EIC is a dude who used to work for the New Yorker. He has some good advice. How does it feel to … Continue reading Reading the internet, Week 2

The Teotihuacans, Their Pyramids, My Saturday

In US classrooms, everything pre Columbus from this part of the world is summed up with a few sentences: Aztecs, Maya, Inca, advanced calendars, human sacrifice, then smallpox and you know the rest. Well, there was obviously a lot more to and last weekend I went on a day long trip through some of that history. There were also a lot of rather unnecessary stops … Continue reading The Teotihuacans, Their Pyramids, My Saturday