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It’s the New Year!

How are we feeling so far? Hopeful? Full of dread? Both? Both is definitely an option.

I have started 2022 with getting my septum pierced. I absolutely love it and I’m glad I finally did it. Next up this week is a fresh haircut and getting my eyebrows waxed. I don’t know what it is, but nothing makes me feel like a whole new person than an eyebrow wax.

You also might be wondering why this post is up first thing in the morning and not the afternoon per usual.

It’s a slow news day here at SBTB HQ, so we moved the post up a bit so you had something to read with your morning routine.

Have a delightful new Twitter account to follow! This one is a little seek and find game with cats.

First off, big thanks to all you librarians out there! Secondly, if you’re able, support your local public library system!

If you’re curious as to which books were the most popular with library patrons, here ya go! Did you read any of these?

1/ In 2021, Americans read diverse titles and authors from multiple genres. Public libraries in 14 cities across the US provided data to discover this year’s most popular library books.

— Quartz (@qz) December 22, 2021

The 2021 Audubon Photography Awards are out and you can browse through the top 100 here.

This one was sent in by Juhi last month. Thanks, Juhi!

Juhi: “I couldn’t think of a better group to share this with, peeps whose heart would absolutely chortle in delight at the nerdery and humor!”

Don’t forget to share what cool or interesting things you’ve seen, read, or listened to this week! And if you have anything you think we’d like to post on a future Wednesday Links, send it my way!

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