Seasonal time, book edge painting, Jaques Pépin, life tips, and more
Seven links to worthwhile thin(g/k)s
Hello dear reader,
This time next week we will have launched into October! Ah, the beauty of autumn. Any interesting seasonal plans this year?
Here are seven links to bits of the world I have been exploring this week, shared with the hope that you will find them to be an inspiring springboard for deeper thinking.
I’m sorry, this is a 3-hour investment diving into chef Jaques Pépin and his Essential Techniques mastering the kitchen videos, but it is so good! It includes chapters and timestamps so you can skip around to sections you find interesting. With time in mind, a gentle reminder: attention is not free.
I went down the rabbit hole of this blog, and I’m hooked. Two favorites:
Book edge painting! Swoon! Along with some love
Ok, well, phew, given last week’s math debacle and me pulling out my hair over probability, this order of operations math problem helped me redeem myself.
And as promised, here is a roundup of some personal favorites from September.
Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre
Albert Camus, Lyrical and Critical Essays
My autumn evening playlist on Spotify
On Audible, The Sovereign Individual by James Dale Davidson and Peter Thiel
M Street Coffee in Sherman Oaks, CA has delightful coffee (a fast favorite and properly LA-autumnal drink of choice has become their Divine Chai iced latte)
For all my baked goods cravings and Scandinavian treats, I enjoy paying my local bakery, Clark Street Bread, a visit
Until next week!
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