Here are some things we’ve liked reading around the web this week. We hope you will too.
The Anthropologist showcases the works of some amazingly unique artists. (via Design Mom)
Still not sure what to do with the leftover Halloween candy? We do!
Children’s author/illustrator Mo Willem’s impassioned plea to save “real” books has us bibliophiles nodding in agreement. (Though his new Don’t Let the Pigeon Run This App is pretty awesome too.)
Kristen offers 3 smart ways to turn your instagram photos into holiday gifts and shares some secrets to giving a good child’s birthday gift in the Daily Herald.
If you’re a Bank of America customer, don’t miss their Museums on Us program that gives you free admission to 150 museums this weekend.
You must see how a man decorated an entire basement living space with a Sharpie.
Grab the kids and run around the block for World Run Day this Sunday.
Tiny-sized treats may be more than just cute—they may signal a turning away from “supersized” everything.
So funny, though it makes us feel old: AlphaMom’s list of things our kids will never understand, from cameras with film to records.