I read so many great articles this week! The Internet was full of great content. Isn’t it always though? It’s a black hole. These are the best links I found this week (get ready, they are seriously awesome).
Speaking of being on a plane, ManRepeller discussed the assholes you meet on planes this week. People – let’s learn how to walk through airports and respect personal space, okay?
Serena and Venus are well-known for their on-the-court fashion. Elite track runner Maggie Vessey has been designing her own eye-popping outfits that take on-the-track fashion to the next level.
Emily sent me this funny Food Pyramid for Runners and it felt pretty true. (Except for the most part, I stick to “what we should eat” and “what my friends think I eat” – acai for life.)
I’m a boomerang kid by choice (because I would rather spend money on traveling and clothes than rent… and I genuinely like living with my dad. Also it’s an Italian thing), but photographer (and boomerang kid) Damon Casarez did a photo series of boomerang kids who are living at home because of student debt.
On the topic of boomerang kids, HelloGiggles put together a list of classes we wish existed – starting with Adulthood 101.
It’s not all kale and Pilates for our generation – CNN Money has an infographic on which states have millennial that spend the most and least on burgers, coffee and booze.
Soo… J Crew has a fitness line. That’s all.
This feels weird to put under food but whatever. A journalist took a homeless mother grocery shopping to see what she would buy. She was surprised (and so was I!) that she chose fresh fruits and vegetables over food that would make the money stretch further, i.e. instant noodles and crap like that.
Davida does it again with Maple Pistachio Seared Scallops. Need I say more?
Greatist had an awesome breakdown of what type of coffee is produced from different brewing methods.
People think going gluten free makes you lose weight. Maybe – if you’re not replacing your pasta and bread with gluten-free pasta and bread that is equally as full of calories and carbs. FitSugar had a great piece on whether going gluten free helps you lose weight – or whether it is the placebo effect.
Healthy Aperture had a “breakfast cheesecake” (aka healthier cheesecake) that looked insanely delicious on their blog this week.
Chat with me?
Are you a boomerang kid? What are your thoughts on boomerang kids? What classes do you wish existed to prepare you for being an adult? What are the best articles you read this week?