Splendid Sundays Volume 193Sunday, August 23, 2015
|Bridget + Rob / Photo: A Bryan Photo|
What your vacation says about you. "Those who left between 11 and 15 days unused were 6.5 percent less likely to receive a raise or bonus than those who used all their vacation days." [The New York Times]
The economics of coffee: people will pay 11-13% more for latte art. "It's a barista's job to make coffee appealing to the consumer. The chain behind them relies on baristas to communicate those things." [The Atlantic]
Scientists are crediting the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge for breakthroughs in research. "One year and more than $220 million in donations later, scientists at Johns Hopkins are claiming a major breakthrough in ALS research and are partly crediting the success to the massive influx of public interest." [The Washington Post]
8 books Warren Buffett tells millionaires to read. "He advises the would-be millionaire to become, when investing, an entrepreneur rather than a mere customer." [Inc. Magazine]
Blair deLaubenfels' (co-founder of Junebug Weddings) son passed away on August 14th from an accidental head injury. Christy Weber has set up a memorial fund if you'd like to support the family emotionally and financially.
Sunday Snapshot: Bridget + Rob
Photography: A Bryan Photo / Planning: Calder Clark / Floral: Blossoms Events / Venue: The Ford Plantation / Cake: Minette Rushing Custom Cakes / Music: Rupert's Orchestra, Sam Hill Entertainment / Tenting: Skyline Tent Company
See the full wedding and read their story at Snippet and Ink.