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Short enough to finish in one plane, train, or car ride. Meaningful enough to stick with you throughout your travels.Books
Here's an easy resolution: This stuff is all free as long as you have access to a computer, and the skills you learn will be invaluable in your career, and/or life in general.GIF Animations
We really learned a lot in 2013. Now it's time to put it all to good use.Music Festivals
Sometimes it's OK to splurge.<p>Cool. Now that you have no money left, time to add anything I may have missed in the comments.Shopping
Like a hug for your head/feet/house ALL THE TIME.Crafting
The difference between knowing you're shit and knowing your shit.Jokes
Think essays are just something boring you write for class? These masterpieces will make you totally reconsider.Literature
Think you can spot an introvert in a crowd? Think again. Although the stereotypical introvert may be the one at the party who's hanging out alone by the food table fiddling with an iPhone, the "social butterfly" can just as easily have an introverted personality.<p>"Spotting the introvert can be …
Throw out your globe. We've got some explaining to do.Geography
And all you have to do is read them!
They're an inexpensive and easy way to make boring standard-issue walls way more inviting, and would also make awesome gifts for a teacher.Posters
A 1960 pamphlet given out to children by? — funeral homes.<p>This pamphlet, from the early 1960s, was produced by the International Order of the Golden Rule, "a not-for-profit membership organization of independent, family-owned funeral homes located throughout North America and overseas.'<p>Yes, it was …North America
Eighteen posters — if these don't give you the travel bug, nothing will.<p>Most, if not all, of these 1960s TWA posters were designed and created by <b>David Klein</b>. Here's his <b>Wikipedia page</b>.<p><b>See 15 more of these wonderful posters right here.</b><p>And much thanks to fellow ad copywriter "Mango" for collecting …Posters
According to this, a lady's heart is a landscape of made-up places like the "Pyramids of Fashion" or the "Land of Coquetry."<p>In the 1830s, D. W. Kellogg (and his brother) became prominent producers of decorative prints, which often took the form of creative mapmaking. The following creation is …Kellogg
Just some cornbread that fried and went to heaven.<p><i>Adapted from Southern Living.</i><p>Makes 4 servings (12-16 hush puppies)<p><b>INGREDIENTS</b><p>1/2 cup all-purpose Flour<p>1/2 cup yellow cornmeal<p>1/2 teaspoon salt<p>1/4 teaspoon baking soda<p>1 large egg<p>1/2 cup buttermilk<p>2 cups vegetable oil, for frying<p><b>PREPARATION</b><p>Combine …Puppies
Take note: Your teacher is teaching valuable life skills, along with all that grammar.Teaching
This post is false.Time Travel
NSFW language ahoy.<p>First off, some words of wisdom from Stephen Fry.<p>Got that? OK. While we're on the subject, here's Adele.<p>Don't we all? Here's how to do it with aplomb.
have you checked out reddit's askhistorians subreddit? it's an amazing treasure trove of information and experts regularly answer questio…
Would you believe that I’ve never once visited reddit in my life… But I just visited the page, and it looks extremely interesting…<p>“If I ran a 17th century tavern in England and I had guests come in late at night, what canned or preserved or leftover food would I be able to offer them?”<p>If I ever have like six free hours one afternoon, I’ll probably spend it there, haha. Thanks for the suggestion!
Basically, your twenties are a nightmare, and your thirties are the gift that keeps on giving.Relationships
Pie who? Let me introduce you to your new, totally low-maintenance fruity friends: betty, buckle, crisp, crumble, grunt, pandowdy, and slump.<p>N.B. Opinions vary infinitely regarding the difference, if there is one, between a <b>crisp</b> and a <b>crumble</b>. One might have oats, but the other might too. According …Baking