My heart is bursting with pride right now.
This is such a wonderful thing (as a woman) to hear that an Iranian Maryam Mirzakhani has become the first in history to win that coveted Fields medal.
I can’t even begin to understand WTF she is doing in math but I loved reading the history of how she became interested in it.
If I ever have a little girl I am going to definitely encourage her to explore STEM subjects.
Speaking of strong girls and women, I have one name for you in Little League sports right now: MO’NE DAVIS!!!!!!!!
She is just killing it and taking names. BAM!
I have ZERO athletic abilities. The max I can do is yoga and swim in safe waters (nothing where I am in too deep or in rough waves)… so this little Australian surfing 6-year old is just amazing to me:
I am not a big drinker.. that is to say, I don’t really enjoy drinking alcohol at all, but I have watched enough TV and movies to know what these hilarious bottles of alcohol refer to as situations:
Here’s my favourite one:
I don’t work for free either, but in my line of business I have never been asked to, although I get asked for advice all the time that makes me want to say: Hire me first, THEN I’ll do the analysis for you.
Accountants, lawyers, doctors.. they must all get the same treatment.
What a load of hogwash. I loved Dan’s response.
How wizards from Harry Potter do money: Cho Chang and her new American life…. although the whole thing kind of reeked of being sexist (why is she the only one cleaning the house?)
Thanks to eemusings for the link!
HAHA!! I LOVE these food puns.
How much do you need to make to be rich? Being rich is relative, but $100,000 is a nice number.
The relative value of $100….. what will it buy you in each U.S. state?
Clothing inventory from 2010 to 2014. LOVE THIS!
Potato has an excellent rent-versus-buy calculator and a review of other calculators.
We did the math and to rent what we want we have to pay about $2500 / month, so buying a place makes more sense in the long-run IF we plan on living in it forever.
This is one of the best things I’ve read in a long time: A 4-year old reviews French Laundry and she is ADORABLE.
Upper-middle class earners aren’t saving like they used to. In fact, it’s getting worse.
Are you an invisible at the office? This is such a good read on those who are.
OMG FOOD HACKS.
Warning: It totally sucks to click through each of the pages for the slide show, but the ideas are good.
Vaccines do NOT cause autism. Please PLEASE PLEASE read this article if you are against vaccinations.
You know, I don’t know if renting in New Zealand has reached these heights, but this is a pretty bad rental situation in London.