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(vol 2, issue 24) Fried PB & Js, Fiber Fueled, and Uncle Roger

Hello, hello!

How are you? Are you excited for the holidays? For the year to end? Or are you dead inside? I hope for the latter not the former. No, that's not right. Dang it! Well, if you're feeling the latter, keep reading, I've got fixins for your illins. 

Quick PC update (because I know it's been keeping you up at night): I did a clean install of Ubuntu 18.04 after my failed Linux Mint experiment, and everything appears to be working great. (*knock, knock*) I have since moved on from all that OS trauma with FOOD. 

Naturally.

First, I fried peanut butter, jelly, and banana sandwiches in vegan butter. And I won't lie, it felt like something important happened. But then I listened to this 2 hr podcast with Rich Roll and Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (the author of the best-selling book, Fiber Fueled) as they geeked out on gut-bacteria talk. 

But here's the takeaway, eat a variety, as much as you can of plant-based foods. This reminds me of that 'eat a rainbow' on your plate idea, but the science behind the importance of fiber is huge.

*if you don't want to listen to a 2 hr podcast, can't blame you, here's a link on the lowdown: https://getwellbe.com/changema...

Around the Webster
Looking for digital vintage Christmas prints?
Reflection - an online journal app
Relaxing Beatles acoustic guitar (1 hr)
Charlie Mackesy's lessons in kindness (watch)

My new favorite comedian is Nigel Ng (aka Uncle Roger). He's originally from Malaysia and is currently living in the UK.

After discovering his work, I went to his YouTube channel and discovered his caricature Uncle Roger ripping on Hersha Patel and Jamie Oliver's egg fried rice recipes. And then what he thought of Gordon Ramsey, of course. Funny stuff. 

If you don't find this amusing, then I hope you find what makes you laugh. (Send me something that gives you the giggles!) Remember to take care of yourself. I want you around for as long as possible.

xxoo,

Lani

The New York Times described artist Rockwell Kent as "... a thoughtful, troublesome, profoundly independent, odd and kind man who made an imperishable contribution to the art of bookmaking in the United States."

No Girl is an Island

Do you know of anyone who could use a little love during lockdown? Please forward my letter! Thanks. 🥰

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