Week Notes #87: Links Worth Clicking

Week Notes

A round-up of the week in links.


Tips On Minimalist Living
I recently contributed some tips on decluttering for Bell & Smokey's latest newsletter.

Filter Out The Noise
"Our lives are filled with busyness, noise, distractions... Let’s talk about ways to filter out the noise."

New Year Fashion Resolutions
Resolutions based on building a more conscious wardrobe.

Zero-waste Grocery Store
80% of items sold in supermarkets is wrapped in packaging. This grocery store has provided an intelligent solution.

You Should Be Angry About This
These censorship laws and age checks breach human rights and threaten privacy.

This Number Can Save Your Life
If you're in trouble but can't call and ask for help, dial 999 and press 55.

Donate Your Makeup
An easy way to do something good for someone in a worse-off position than you.

DIY Marbled Soap
Make your own eucalyptus mint marbled soap!

Beautiful linen clothing, handmade in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Arm Stitching
For people like me who find knitting incomprehensible.

The Difference Between Veganism and Clean Eating
I celebrate the idea of eating whole and healthful food, and if that’s what “clean eating” means, then I’m all for it.

Get Your Greens
Green foods are the best foods.

Gender Bias In Publishing
A clever experiment and results worth getting angry about.


Terrible, Thanks For Asking
You know how when someone asks “how are you?” even if you’re dying inside, you say “fine”? This show is the opposite of that.

The Guilty Feminist
Deborah Frances-White and special guests discuss feminist topics confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies, and fears.


Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? by Frans de Waal