Friday, March 25, 2011

The Lovin' Linkful

Here again are some links that have taken up a significant amount of my study time this week: a mix of boredom busters, Elizabeth Taylor tributes, and items I pray the shopping fairy will leave under my pillow. 

Not for the faint of heart (or the tight of wallet), but having dinner several hundred feet in the air will certainly be a dining experience to remember. Even if the food sucks. (Dinner in the Sky)

Dear Sapling Press, Please send me copies of each of your charming, laugh-out-loud funny letterpress cards. Sincerely, Dolly Rocker Girl. (Etsy)

Ever wondered how to be like those elusive, PBR-drinking, skinny jean-wearing hipsters? Here's a how-to guide for becoming one. It's way ironic. Of course. (Stephemera)

What better way for a fan to honor the late Elizabeth Taylor than to recreate some of Liz's most legendary outfits? (The Gloss)

After ordering some clothes in her style, check out this list of "26 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Elizabeth Taylor." I knew 25 of them. (I never knew she had hypertrichosis as an infant). (Buzzfeed)

Drawing inspiration from everything from swans to 'Blonde Ambiton' era Madonna, shoe designer Kobi Levi brings art to a new level in fashion with his insane creations. (Kobi Levi

As someone who has had terrible trouble falling asleep night after night for years, I'm intrigued by this article, "Eating Your Way to a Good Night's Sleep." (Psychology Today)

Are you bored? Are you in need of answers to questions both life-changing and ridiculously insignificant? Look no further. (Help I Need Help

It's Friday night (Gotta get down on Friday!) - read these eight reasons to go out tonight to any of your lazypants friends. (Betty Confidential

The name of this site pretty much says it all. (Selleck Waterfall Sandwich

Similar to the book Other People's Love Letters, this online collection of personal inscriptions in books is touching and deeply heartfelt to read.
(The Book Inscriptions Project

I still can't do it correctly. (How to Fold a Shirt