Feeling burned out on cooking? Try this quick meal made with a few eclectic ingredients that work surprisingly well together.
Living on Ramen or doing a money-free weekend is something you can sustain for a short burst, but it’s also very valuable in terms of figuring out what you actually enjoy in your day to day life because it forces you into new experiences, Hamm writes. Sometimes new experiences, even under pressure, are just as good as the old ones.
Top soba noodles with sesame paste and your protein of choice for a simple summer lunch.
This week's round-up of Good Reads includes Facebook losing favor among teens, the first menial jobs of the rich and famous, reminiscences by Kim Jong-il's sushi chef, new campuses for the headquarters of tech giants, and the world's fastest cellphone.
Google's latest doodle combines two events. The love-themed amusement park celebrates Valentine's Day and the 154th birthday of George Ferris, who invented the Ferris wheel. Clicking on the heart-button located in the center of the doodle makes the two Ferris wheels spin. When they stop, a new couple is formed and they go on a date. Much like real-life dating, some of these dates end well and others, well, let's just say the other dates shouldn't expect a second one. Have you seen all of the couples? If not, here's your chance to see the curious pairs.