Here are a few of my favorite internet reads this week:
Four-Year-Old Reviews Plum Restaurant (With Her Face)
This webpage apparently has a series based on four-year-olds reviewing high-end fancy restaurants (and other things) with their faces and questions and commentary. For someone that loves four-year-olds and hates fancy food...it's the best thing ever. This post had Matt and I nearly in tears (good tears....the kind that come from laughing too hard!).
Most Nerdy and Affirming:
I Won't Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here's Why.
Don't you sometimes just like reading something that feels like a virtual pat on the back? That affirms what you've always believed? I mean, sometimes it's good to get out of your comfort zone and read stuff that challenges you. But sometimes it's nice to just feel like you're not crazy or uptight for being the way you are, and someone at Harvard Business Review is on your team. Absolutely loved this blog.
Most Horribly Depressing + Worst Reality Check:
Your Summer PSA
Read this one at your own risk, folks. If you're like me and enjoy an occasional (or not-so-occasional) half-priced Sonic shake during the summer...you get to choose. If you choose the blue pill and don't click, you can continue enjoying your treat. But if you choose the red pill...you'll be joining me in this sad world where there are no tasty shakes to serve as a treat or reward all summer long. It's your choice, but I appreciate Abby being brave enough to look this up and share the truth. But also I'm kind of mad at her.