Animal Crossing New Leaf on 3DS is basically the cutest thing everrrrrrr. Just thought you should know, you little so-and-so.
My lunch break: Played Animal Crossing on 3DS. Husband's lunch break: Practiced typing using the Workman keyboard layout. #nerdlove—
Sarah Blackstock (@sarahblackstock) May 21, 2015
Other lunchtime activities this week: The Flash finale (so good), tried a new smoothie (thank you, Blendtec), and took a nap (zzzzzz).
PS: Working from home is awesome.
Because goodbye, money!
Because yay for visiting my husband’s family, spending time in Amsterdam at my favorite places again, and going to Paris for the first time everrrrrrrrr.
All France tips welcome. What should I eat? Where should I stay? What do I dooooooooo? (Other than wear black and carry around a baguette, obviously). :D
I’ve got a bunch of new colleagues to meet. Welcome to Automattic, WooCommerce!
FYI: I also post regularly on a blog called cookiepocket.org with my longtime BFF. We write about books, current events, our cities, food, feminism, my home renovation, our favorites from around the web, and lots more. See:
A few recents posts on cookiepocket.org:
Love emojis? How about you love them on paper too!
See: Emojis Stamp Set! So fun.
Dutch bicycle paths are fantastic and such a huge part of their daily lives. If those paths could also contain solar panels to provide their power? Awesome!
The company has revealed that its road has generated much more energy than expected — it produced 3,000kWh of electricity in the space of just six months, or enough to power a single person’s home for a year. That doesn’t sound like much, but SolaRoad notes that its path only covers a 230-foot stretch in a Dutch village.