fun resources (click on the names)

Most I've watched or tried and some I have not...
atlas obscura

An incredible website about travel and trips, but also amazing aspects about life, history, biology, cultures, magic, language, food ... the list is endless.


If you want to go down a rabbit hole, but stay in one place, this is for you. 

  • Online lectures, etc. for a small cost. 

  • Annual Memberships available too.

Tim Ferriss

The books by Tim are all amazing and so informative. They will change your life.

He also has a weekly podcast with experts & leaders from all walks of life - The Tim Ferriss Show.

  • The 4-Hour Workweek - How to get out of the rat race step by step. Plus the end of each chapter has amazing resources. Updated edition.

  • The 4-Hour Body - A 2-inch thick book of health experiments on himself and others. Each chapter is another eye-opening topic. Amazing & helpful!

  • The 4-Hour Chef - Learn fast...become a chef of your own life adventure.

  • Tribe of Mentors - Each chapter is a different Q&A with an expert in their field. Drawn from his weekly podcast interviews - The Tim Ferriss Show.

  • Tools of Titans - Want to know what the billionaires, icons, and world-class performers do?

Book: EATING FOR BEAUTY by David Wolfe

David Wolfe's very informative book Eating for Beauty is compact, beautiful, and all about the beneficial aspects of each fruit, vegetable, oil, etc.  More info than I've ever seen in a thin book. Plus colorful kirlian photographs.

Book: WHAT DOCTORS DON'T TELL YOU - ARTHRITIS Drug-free alternatives to prevent and reverse arthritis  Editor Lynne McTaggart

Only part way through the book, but an amazing, clear and informative book about types of arthritis, pain treatments (pros & cons plus side effects - wow!), and prevention and lifestyle (nutrition, etc.).

  • Lots of gastrointestinal and hemorrhage issues caused by aspirin & NSAIDs like ibuprofin (Advil).

  • Plus ibuprofen may not reduce inflammation and was found to "inhibit cartilage repair and promote cartilage destruction." pg. 15

  • Aspirin increases strokes especially for those over age 75! "...risks of aspirin outweigh the benefits." pg. 19


Rabbit 2
"Higher vibe" stuff to watch
See my Pondering & learning page too


  • Down to Earth - Two buddies travel the world learning and experiencing how we can & do live better on the earth and with each other. Well done!

  • Somebody Feed Phil - A lighthearted, but sincere dive into food from around the world and the people and cultures that make it special. Host Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, is deliciously silly.

  • After Life - Comedian Ricky Gervais created and stars in this comedy-drama series about living after a loved one has passed. Uncomfortably real, but then we smile because we all have a heart.

  • Chef's Table BBQ - I watched the first episode of this Emmy nominated series...blew my mind. At age 85, Pitmaster Tootsie is pure inspiration. Perfect... cinematography, story, editing. A journey!


  • The Durrells of Corfu - A 4 season PBS Masterpiece Theatre production about the "real Durrell family" in Greece in the 1930's (also on PBS channel). Charming!

  • Tales from the Loop - Science fiction drama based on an art book by Swedish artist Simon Stalenhag. Makes one think ... with the heart!


IMDb TV ... it is Free with ads

  • Leverage - A group of 5 former thieves and con-artists that are now modern day Robin Hoods. They provide "leverage" for those in need. Clever! In April 2020 they announced the continuation the series with Noah Wylie and most of the original cast.

  • Everyone's old favorites - If you want to find those good former TV shows, this is a great place. (I got a bit hooked on a few episodes of I Dream of Jeannie)

PBS: Public Broadcasting Station (& Amazon Prime)

  • Masterpiece Theatre - Sanditon, The Durrells in Corfu, and other classics. 

  • Arts, Science, Culture - Endless...and of course Sir David Attenborough.


  • Secrets - 6 seasons & each episode is a different world topic: Blackbeard's Ship, pyramids, Roman gladiators, Tower of Babel...