Midweek Reset – December 14
The Midweek Reset comes out (usually) on Wednesdays, and is full of fun links, recipes, books, and articles to refresh your week. You can find previous Midweek Resets using the search bar, or check out last week’s Reset here.
How’s your week going?
I arrived home from England yesterday after getting up very early in an airport hotel and hanging out at Heathrow for hours. Seven weeks away is a long time and I’m now completely discombobulated about what’s going on here! But, I know it’s Wednesday, so we’re going to reset regardless.
If you aren’t familiar with Sarah Kay and her spoken word poetry, you should be. I know everyone is a Rupi Kaur fan but really… Sarah Kay’s poetry is so much smarter. Check that out here.
I love risotto (and ate a lot of it in England). This recipe adds toasted chickpeas which really turns it into a great meal on the go. I know people who roast their own (ugh) but I like these ones to throw in my bag and toss on top of salads or risotto.
As it was getting colder and colder in Oxford, I was lusting over every jacket I saw in the cute shops. This one might not have been any warmer, but it was cute!
My parents had already put up the Christmas tree by the time I got home, and we don’t have a mantelpiece at all. But I love these design ideas for Christmas decor.
I didn’t choose the most uplifting vacation reading, but this book by Abby Norman should be on the required list of books for doctors, men, nurses, men, medical practitioners, men…. you get the point.
If you get a chance to see Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird on stage, you really should. But whether you see it or not, reading Sorkin’s words about how he approached the writing of this stage play is well worth the time.
And for your weekly humor dose, I liked this tidbit from a teacher who is truly over and done with the whole “interesting fact” sharing time.
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