Stories I loved this week.
The countdown continues. Only one week left until my exam and I have to admit that it’s been incredibly challenging to study this week. My concentration has been completely shot, as I toggle through various tabs of post-Brexit coverage on my browser, whilst I incessantly refresh Twitter. Absolutely breathtaking times.
Any tips for how to concentrate?
P.S. Happy belated Canada Day!
An interesting take on the fetishisation of all things French – women, parenting, etc. (NY Mag)
Have you listened to Garance Dore’s podcast, Pardon My French? Here’s her latest, with a really sweet interview with Corinne Bailey Rae.
Good ideas for how to get rid of all the little condiment dregs that end up hanging around in the fridge. (Bon Appetit)
I’ve recently revamped my eating habits a little, taking down my meat consumption to just once per day, mainly at dinner time. It’s easier to guarantee that I’m eating good quality organic meat – I’d rather not eat meat at all than eat conventional meat. (Chris Kresser)
I want to try this summer quinoa salad recipe. I’ve been sprouting my quinoa before I cook it and I’m sure it’s making it easier for me to digest. (Summer Tomato)
A nice explainer on antioxidants. The easiest way to get them? Eat more fresh fruit and veg! (Greatist)