Favorite links: November 2017

There’s a bit of a contrarian/myth-busting/generally cranky theme running through a lot of the links this time. No apologies, because sometimes (often) those things are necessary. And if you’re not in the mood for them, just skip down to the food section. Who gets cranky about food?

Health & fitness

Boring self-care.

Yes, doctors do preventative care….

When to run below your aerobic threshold

Diets in disguise.


The moral bucket list.

Let’s burn all the get well soon cards

On privilege: “All I know about you is you’re tall. Do you have any advantages?”

When did tribalism get to be so fashionable?

The 7 most common bits of writing advice from over 150 writers.


Hedging is important for accurate science communication.

The Supreme Court is allergic to math.

The math that stops epidemics

How the measles virus might cause susceptibility to other illnesses

Who says you can’t train a cat?

Shrew skulls shrink to survive winter


Wintery salads: roasted cabbage Caesar salad & roasted squash salad with marinated chickpeas.

Speaking of winter squash: this is probably the easiest way to roast it.

Make spaghetti with marinara in your Instant Pot.

Seeded no-knead bread.

You can never have too many chocolate chip cookie recipes: brown butter pecan chocolate chip cookies & pumpkin oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.

What’s your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe?

4 Comment

  1. So many great links!! 😀 Thank you!

    1. Hannah says: Reply


  2. Cora says: Reply

    Wow. So much food for thought here. Smart articles. Lots to marinate my brain in… thank you!
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  3. Hannah says: Reply

    Thank you!
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