Time to take lunch!
How many times a week do you break for lunch?
Michi Yanagishita and Yen Ha are busy New York architects who work 12-hours days, but they always break to eat. And they who love lunching so much - they started a blog called Lunch Studio to record their meals. (Pictured here is one of the most recent things they noshed on - hot dogs at Asia Dog.
That's where you can find their Lunch Manifesto:
In a work day that is filled with routine, taking a break for lunch might provide the only moment of creative divergence. Sometimes it doesn’t matter where you go or what you eat, only that you leave the office to do so.
You can also follow Yen and Michi's escapades on Twitter.
Religion - it's a tough, heavy subject. Why not lighten it up a little bit... with an app?
Ordained minister and Christian author Tony Jones created the "Ordain Thyself" iPhone app to inject a little humour into it. You can ordain yourself in over two dozen ministries... from Catholicism to Hasidic Judaism to Dudeism to Church of the Flying Spaghetti.
Check out this photo of one of our interns, Michael, as a Dudeist priest.