Always brings its compelling #LikeAGirl ad to the Super Bowl, a bastion of machismo and testosterone-heavy stereotypes. Our media partner, Today's Parent, has put together a fantastic list of things we should be proud to do #LikeAGirl.
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Not counting the half-time show?
Whatever the genre, this list has a book for you. PBS puts together a delicious buffet of books you could have finished in the time it took to watch the Super Bowl. Save it for next year. Yes, you can absolutely still eat fried food while doing it.
Phil, have you tried eHarmony?
National Geographic does this science-y thing and tries to convince us groundhogs are actually looking for mates when they stick their heads out into the icy February air, not for a career in weather forecasting. But groundhogs, being more evolved than most rom-com characters, know that finding love is all about being in the right place at the right time, so they're okay with going back indoors and waiting a few weeks to try again in better circs.
Snowshoeing in a winter wonderland
Kids' CBC has gorgeous aerial shots of a German artist's snowshoe masterpieces. Sonja Hinrichsen and a massive team of volunteers go wandering in fresh snow for hours, creating huge, intricate swirls and patterns that last only until the next big storm. Gorgeous, creative, cheap AND kind of profound.