Hey, how was your weekend? I, as per usual, had a great conversation with my coffee pot and watched a few movies (Wet Hot American Summer, and Clueless) and am starting to wonder if by the end of this I’ll find out that my true life’s passion is… nail art?
Let’s start off the new week with another list of things to check out to keep you entertained indoors. Thanks for staying home!
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Make a Dalgona coffee
Ah, instagram has returned to the good ol’ days of food pics. Have you noticed a lot of folks are trying out Dalgona coffee? It seems pretty simple, a 1:1:1 ratio of instant coffee, boiling water, and sugar and a hefty amount of mixing – but hey – who doesn’t have the time now?
Change your passwords
you guys. https://t.co/Rq4VJ6s9LV
— Ḿå℟₭ (@markhoppus) April 22, 2019
Apparently you should be changing your passwords every 30 days (hahahaha) I guess now’s the time to have that fresh start across the board and actually figure out a way to remember them all!
Also, you should change your password ASAP if it’s “Blink182,” according to the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre it’s one of the top passwords commonly found in data breaches.
Watch a classic
Having almost endless amounts of movies at your fingertips can bring up the ol’ paradox of choice, which might explain why we often go back to old favourites. If you want to mix it up and need a list to peruse, here’s IMDB’s Top 100 movies of all time list.
Have a laugh
Baroness von Sketch was created by four of the greatest sketch comedians in this country. If you’ve somehow missed an episode, might I suggest starting at season 1 today. If you watch an episode a day, you’ll have a guaranteed daily laugh until mid May!
Make ancient bread
I know baking bread is all the isolated rage these days and folks are on the hunt for yeast packets for the first time since the 1940s. Here’s an ancient (yeast free!) bread recipe that is part of history. For real. It’s very interesting edible archaeology.
Herculaneam Bath Bread is “the only one of its kind found in the Pompeian region that was preserved following the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD” and all you need to make it is four, water and salt.
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