Things I Read This Week: February 24, 2017
(via My Name is Yeh)

How was your week? The Oscars are this Sunday and the only 2017 major category nominee I’ve seen is Zootopia, so that’s the kind of year I’m having. Yikes! Don’t tell the university that granted me a film degree. Here’s what I’ve been reading:

The Atlantic – Is It Okay to Enjoy the Warm Winters of Climate Change?
Yesterday was the hottest February day ever recorded in Toronto, and I celebrated by walking around all afternoon in a t-shirt. Everyone I spoke to went on about how amazing the heat was, and it was hard to disagree, but … I don’t know. I need Neil deGrasse Tyson’s opinion on this.

My Name Is Yeh – Winter Farm Scenes
The picture above gives me major kitchen organization envy. In related news, I recently got a label maker, so my weekend plans are all sorted …

Eater – Pastry, Pizza, Bread: Recapping Nancy Silverton’s Obsessions on Netflix’s Chef’s Table
Nancy Silverton’s episode was my favourite part of the third season of Chef’s Table. She is amazing, and I need to eat all that bread and cheese immediately. (Also, Nancy liked my tweet gushing about this episode, so we’re best friends now.) Booking a flight to L.A. immediately!

Harvard Business Review – To Achieve a Major Goal, First Tackle a Few Small Ones
I recently started a bullet journal to keep track of my day-to-day life and help me tackle some long-term goals (a February accountability post is coming soon!). Good advice for those of us who struggle with how or where to start.

Indie88 – Best Music Moments From The O.C.
The final episode of The O.C. aired ten years ago, on February 22, 2007. Does anyone else feel extremely old right now?