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Gratitude Journals (72 posts)
Hello there, Friday! We're looking back on all the things that made this a great week!
12 ways to look at the Passage of Venus (no sunglasses required)
Random Hacks of Kindness: A techie way to make a big difference
A father's 45-day journey to overcome his grief—and the 150 people who met him at the finish line
Overtipping for a cause: Meet one lucky waiter
Fun with food: You'll never believe what you can make out of old potato peels
Happy Friday! We're taking a moment to look back on all the things that made our week
Love—and its power to make even famously logical, scientific men beautifully irrational.
'Tis the season for humbling natural phenomena
You're right, 9 year-old boy, the Game of Life is not life.
It's amazing what you can accomplish in 30 days
Happy Friday! The Friday before a long weekend always puts us in an extra good mood, and so does this list of things that made our week. See you back here on Tuesday!
Drop everything: This is your new to-do list
How's this for a modern book club?
Google gets a doodle; this kid's education gets a big boost
10 ways to play with your food (now cue that Tetris music)
Hey there, Friday! It's always so good to see you. Here are a few more things we're glad about...
Who's cooler? The dad who agreed to this dance routine or the daughter who wanted to perform it in front of all her friends? (Via Today Show)
Hello again, Friday! We're looking forward to the weekend and looking back on the things that made our week
This might be the classiest flash mob ever
Taking get-well bouquets to a whole new level
Looks like the world won't end on 12-12-12 after all
Fictional moms: the good, the bad and the terrifying
Who knew? Mark Twain's letter to his friend Helen Keller (Via The Hairpin)
It's Friday! Whew! We made it through the week. Now here are a few more things to be grateful for:
Look out for this shocking (and beautiful) sight in the skies on May 5
The house(s) that books built
At last: Words for all those things you could never put your finger on
There's nothing like a good (or really, really bad) pun to lighten things up
Better with age: At 102, this WWII vet is still volunteering. See what she has planned for this year.
Happy Friday, everyone! Here are a few things that made our week.
They grow up so fast, don't they? via Mashable
Satin? Velvet? Chiffon? Nope. You'll never believe what this high school senior's prom dress is made of.
Blue is so 4 seconds ago...Find out what color is big in Milan right now.
Magnetic poetry—off the fridge and onto any website you want.
We like these guys: 6 partners at a venture capital firm pledged to give half their earnings to charity.
Happy Friday, everyone! Here are a few things that made our week cheerier:
Quiz time! Can you guess the classic book based on its cover? (Don't scroll too far or you'll see the answers!)
Grown-ups need secret tree houses too, you know.
Remember that time Andy Warhol got a rejection letter from MOMA?
This week in gratuitous cuteness: Toddlers singing Adele.
Happy Friday, everyone! Time for us to write in our gratitude journal. This week we're appreciating...
At last: A very good use for marshmallow bunnies
An unbelievable graphic that puts a face—no, hundreds of faces—on the power of Title IX
We thought awkward photos came into vogue in the digital age. We were wrong. And boy are we glad.
Slow food, slow money and now, the slow books movement
Leonardo Da Vinci's to-do list proves he was just as scatterbrained as the rest of us (and look how well it worked for him!)
It's Friday! We're grateful for so many things this week, starting with...
Welcome to Spring: The flowers are back...
There's a better way to play hang man? Nephews of the world, watch out. Your aunt now has a strategy.
Go back 60 years: "Her score, they told her, was too good to be true. It was simply impossible for a young black woman to come in the 99th percentile on a test designed to measure computer programming." Except, of course, it wasn't. The story is here....
At last: Harry Potter e-books
Further proof that playing is good for the world