These are the good things the Internet gave us this week:
Sometimes FaceTime just doesn't cut it when you're trying to keep up with long-distance friends. (I really like Number 5. Because it involves food, obviously.)
A much needed reminder of the magic that is being an American.
I'm living in my hometown for the first time in six years and realizing that making new friends as an adult is kinda super weird.
In the spirit of a new year: 20 small changes that dramatically improve daily life. (Number 8 seems like a logical place for us to start.)
Maybe I should become the third living Shaker in America?! It seems kind of nice?
Already thinking about next year's Christmas list with this stellar (lunar?) necklace.
Interesting facts about every country on earth. I live for this kind of stuff.
I've spent a lot (A LOT) of time in airports and now I want to know why none of them looked like these airports.
My brother and sister-in-law consistently hit interview homeruns.
What good things did you find on the Internet this week?
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