♥ A Brooklyn restaurant combines puns, pizza, and Game of Thrones. You had me at “Dijon Snow”.
♥ 7 Words Brought to You By British Colonialism
♥ I find this both nifty and bothersome: 14 Words That Are Their Own Opposite (thanks, Mandy!)
♥ Her Universe has Star Wars dresses in the works. I’m torn between the awesomeness that is the new Rogue Squadron dress and pretty sweet looking Death Star dress
♥ Can we talk about how awesome a traveling tea room emporium is? (thanks, Miss Indie!)
♥ The Thoughts Room. Just go check it out. You won’t be disappointed.
♥ Why a Literature Ph.D is not a waste of time. This one really hits close to home.
♥ Pittsburgh loves to convert old churches, so I totally dig this Victorian to Modern church conversion
♥ These darling illustrations of Star Wars Imperial Walkers reimagined as buses and taxis make me think of Howl’s Moving Castle!
♥ Nina of Le Fancy Geek answered my 11 Questions and her answers are fantastic (as is her t-shirt!)!
♥ Kaitastrophical shares her favorite computer programs; I could really get some use out of Notational Velocity with all of the sticky notes on my dash!
♥ A Plague of Strong Female Characters presents an interesting take on representations of female portrayals
♥ A Tumblr blog of haiku found within the New York Times
♥ I remember owning an American Girl doll growing up, and have been quite surprised at how different they seem today. I’ve seen two articles recently about the change, American Girl Dolls Really Need to Remember Their Roots and in a similar vein, American Girls Aren’t Radical Anymore
♥ Hey bloggers! Here are 3 Ways You Can Use Google Analytics to Make Targeted Improvements (on Acrassy Marketing)
♥ Kellene Elise talks about finding balance in life and keeping it
♥ Creating a better to-do list: The 1-3-5 Rule
♥ 17 Vintage Photos of Women with Tattoos – how cool!
♥ Kyla has a strategy for organizing recipes and planning meals that I can’t wait to try
♥ David Sedaris is one of my favorite writers, and I can’t wait to check out his new collection of essays, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls. In the meantime, here’s How David Sedaris Makes His Writing Better