I'm feeling a bit lazy, blaming the weather, so instead of coming up with original material, I'm going to suggest a few links:
With apologies to Nicholas Sparks fans, I thought I'd die laughing reading this post. http://www.cracked.com/funny-4725-nicholas-sparks
My friend Cyndi offers this tidbit. You may have heard it before, but it's worth remembering. http://cbmamainnf.blogspot.com/2010/04/two-glasses-of-wine.html
If you're a mom, particularly of young girls, you should check out this important conversation that Candace Derickx started: http://www.yummymummyclub.ca/a_message_from_my_soapbox She has some great links too.
Jamie Oliver gives us food for thought - literally - in his now-famous TED speech. For the record my kids grow their own gardens and sometimes mix up potatoes and tomatoes, but there is some great stuff here. Beware: TED is addictive. http://www.ted.com/talks/jamie_oliver.html
Brave writers (I know, all writers are brave) who want to get tips on writing a query or get feedback on their work, can do no better than check out http://queryshark.blogspot.com/ or http://queryshark.blogspot.com/ where writing is harshly - but fairly - critiqued.
And finally, an intriguing discussion on the ethics of book buying in a digital age. As a purchaser, are you buying the format or the content?
Let me know if you linked to any of these and what you thought.