Thursday Three: Links I’ve saved on facebook

believe impossible thingsYou know what feature I love on facebook now? The “Save Post” for articles or links I can’t read right away. Sure I rarely go back to them unless facebook reminds me I saved them, but I found where you can see all of them and I can read them now.

There’s 273 of them if you were wondering. Not to worry, I won’t share all of them with you. Let’s just say I’m not sure why I saved some, but others? I’m glad it’s not a public feature. [wink]

Here’s a quick sampling of some of what I’ve saved to read later. And because of this post, I’ve now read them! (I looked at 6 others but decided they were too lame to share or were broken links.)

  1. 10 New Year’s Resolutions for the Fertility Challenged. It has some good things specific to fertility issues, but I would argue that a lot of the points could go to any long term challenge you’re facing.
  2. Why You Should Drink Warm Lemon Water. Other than it’s a nice ritual for the morning, these are some decent reasons to do it. I know that when I do it, I feel like a better version of myself.
  3. Five Things Alice in Wonderland Reveals about the Brain.This is a really neat article about one of my favorite books and what it shows about how the brain/how it works. I think I have to spend some more time with Alice and read it again.

How many saved posts do you have? Care to share some you’ve saved?

About Court

I spend a lot of time on the pool deck and making treats in my kitchen amongst other things.
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