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Here are some great links to interesting articles for your weekend reading. I hope you enjoy this edition of Link Love. Have a fabulous weekend, friends!

P.S.  I made reading the links easier with a Readlist. It’s a great tool that will let you get the best Internet stories in one place bundled into an e-book you can send to your Kindle, iPad, or iPhone. Click here to download.

1.    I love the idea of a cookbook club. (seriouseats.com)

2.    Sarah Silverman opens up about her battle with depression. (glamour.com)

3.    Why tipping is wrong. (newyorktimes.com)

4.    What it’s like to be a recipe tester. (independent.co.uk)

5.    The key to intelligent dissent and effective criticism. (brainpickings.org)

6.    Why translation apps are a foodie’s best friend. (wsj.com)

7.    The pros and cons of buying glasses online. (wsj.com)

8.    Here’s how to snapchat. (thecoveteur.com)

9.    Carl Richard’s “Your Money” column in the New York Times is an interesting article. What I really love is this idea: True freedom = Learning to deal with uncertainty. (nytimes.com)

10.  Find out why you’re addicted to cheese. (sfgate.com)

11.  Five common things women are insecure about and how to feel better about them right now. (bustle.com)

12.  The best dinner party games. (thenewpotato.com)

13.  The B vitamins are essential to our health and the most confusing because there are a lot of them. Whether it’s folate (not to be confused with folic acid), or B12, they each serve a very distinct function. Dr. Frank Lipman explains the difference, and the best ways to incorporate each one. (goop.com)

14.  The best clothing basics every girl needs. (thenewpotato.com)

15.  “The Lonely Death of George Bell” is a beautifully written look into the death of a man who died all alone. (nytimes.com)

16.  This man brings smiles to kids’ faces with a $1 flight to nowhere. (yahoo.com)

17.  Here are the seven ways your passport could get you banned from travelling abroad. (dailymail.co.uk)

18.  How friendships change in adulthood. (theatlantic.com)

19.  The struggle with depression none of us want to share. (storylineblog.com)

20.  Why I don’t answer most phone calls. (theatlantic.com)

 

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