if this shot of Harrison Ford isn’t a distraction i don’t know WHAT is.

if Harrison doesn’t do it for you, then why don’t you click on any of the links below. i promise there will be something you dig (even my husband reads Mid Week Distractions!)

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Valentine’s Day Poems

for married people.

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

What Romance Means…

…after 10 years of marriage.

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

A Story of a Fuck Off Fund

“Wait. This story sucks.”

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

GAL

interviews with women who love to read

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Behind the masks in West Africa

“It’s more than a mask.”

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

American G.I.s + English Girls

canoodling in Hyde Park during WWII

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

A life wild & perilous

read if you enjoyed The Revenant

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Cooked

new Netflix series from Michael Pollan

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Chinese paper wrapped sponge cake

these look delicious

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

a 1970s Chicago condo

groovy & untouched

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Jetlag

two photographers, two places, 12 hours

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

that crazy OK Go video

how they made it.

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Pier Pressure

(get it?)

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Catching Waves

with the silver-haired grannies

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Kiddle

a child friendly search engine from Google

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Today’s Teens

they are less naughty than you…

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Simpsons Screencap Search Engine

“the goggles, they do nothing!”

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Double Cleansing

do you know what it is? i’m trying it…

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Gluten Free Blender muffins

deceptively healthy

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Positive Lexicography

“Uitwaaien (Dutch): walking in the wind for fun or exercise.”

 

Mid Week Distraction No. 33

Tsotsitaal

informal township speak translated

8 Comments

  1. I am so confused by “walking in the wind for fun or exercise.” Haha! My favorite section in there is the one on “cosiness,” but that’s probably because I’m currently trapped in a Midwest (northern hemisphere) winter!

  2. Haha uitwaaien –>’walking in the wind’ is a bit literal. It’s more like ‘taking a walk in nature to clear your mind’. Most of the time people use this verb if they are going to the sea.

  3. I am always so excited to see a new one of these. Thanks for the lovely distractions you curate them perfectly!!! Also happy blog birthday!

  4. Great and thoughtful distractions, I bookmarked almost each and every one. :)

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