Well-Rounded Links

Want to Feel Happier by the End of the Day?  Your Menu of Options is hands-down the most absorbing thing I read on the internet this week.  (But I’m warning you, the Marjorie Williams quote made me cry.)

I just discovered the site 40:20 Vision, which offers “40-something perspective on 20-something questions.”  I’m interested, and I’m looking forward to exploring the site this weekend.

Interesting chart on evolving trends:  “If you use a more complete definition of work — including activities like household chores and taking care of children — men and women worked precisely as hard as one another in 2010.

More Happiness Project:  I’m a big Dan Pink fan, and I was delighted that Gretchen interviewed him about his own thoughts on happiness.  Having just celebrated my own anniversary, this was my favorite excerpt:

Gretchen: Have you ever been surprised that something you expected would make you very happy, didn’t – or vice versa?
Dan: Not exactly. But the more I think about these things, the more I realize that being married — or, more accurately, being married to the person to whom I’m married — has produced happiness well in excess of any reasonable expectation.

Now that’s a good compliment.

Sarah at Joy-Filled Days just kicked off a series on Women of Wisdom.

I’m not a Disney Princess fan, so I was aghast when I discovered that designer Alfred Angela has a line of Disney Fairy Tale wedding dresses.  In fairness, they’re not bad.  (Thanks to Kendra at The Nerdy Wife for the tip-off.)

Check out this photo of an angel with a mobile phone.

Wise Words on how to answer the dreaded question:  Do I Look Fat in This?

Michael Ruhlman shows you how to make the best burger.  (I do this occasionally, but I use my food processor.  It’s not that hard and it’s soooooo good.)

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