I think Mike should go, find the best dishes, and then break the recipes down for the rest of us (Chipotle recipe style).
This story made me vaguely sad, but it's stories like these that make me happy The Billfold is around. Talking about how we spend -- and what we spend it on -- can be so, so hard.
Definitely thought the pull-quote from a relationship article when I started reading this. What will happen to interviews on Hairpin if Turntable continues its rocky patch?
@The Everpresent Wordsnatcher Agreed. This is outrageous. Shoving a $100 bill to someone who was clearly uncomfortable with the situation does not fix the underlying structural problems in the U.S. that put the attendant in that situation. If someone did that to me, I would feel even more humiliated.
I just graduated myself with a degree in Public Policy. Whether or not it is technically useful like science and math is a different question, but I definitely developed analytical and communication skills that are also valuable to organizations. (...I hope.) Reading this post just made me think about how I hate group projects in class... but if more college classes effectively used collaboration in the curriculum, it might facilitate some of the networking skills you mentioned above.
Also, granola and some fruit is a nice way to fancy up some yogurt. (And you should make granola with those oats. This Joy the Baker recipe is really yummy and you can tone down the sugar a little bit.)
@Moreen Oh! SO many George Clooney emails. I agree, I think it's important that the campaign reclaims the words. At the same time, it's also refreshing to see some call the legislation by its actual name!
Ways to make things sans sewing machine?