What are you up to this weekend? We're going on a walking food tour downtown with Ruth Reichl—former New York Times food critic and Gourmet Magazine editor in chief—to celebrate her new book. I've loved her work for years and am geeking out over getting to meet her. Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun posts from around the web...
The truth about the creative process.
Wouldn't you like to visit this cottage?
How to drink all night without getting drunk.
The two-ponytail trick.
Toby laughed out loud at this book, more than any other we've read. I'd highly recommend it.
Sweet Mother's Day gift.
Maps that will teach you funny things about your state.
Can you pass this sleep deprivation test? (I didn't.)
Tiny houses you can rent on Airbnb.
What chefs keep in their fridges.
The world's craziest intersection. Yikes.
Made me laugh.
I'd love to wear these this summer.
The new movie Boyhood looks fantastic. (And took 12 years to make.)
This little girl's reaction is so, so sweet.
Christopher Wahl's portraits of Heather Ogden, a principal dancer from the National Ballet of Canada, show how athletic and tough ballet really is.
Also, a few readers asked for Caroline's lipstick recommendations, so she's going to wear a different lipstick every day of the month of May and report back. We'll show photos each Friday, starting next week. Anyway, thank you so much, and have a good one. xo
(Photo of the Paris Opera Ballet School by David Elofer)