I love these longer hours of daylight, but the time change is always rough on me. I’ve never been one of those people who can bounce back from lost sleep. I’ve been grumpy, waking up at all hours of the night and drinking too much coffee. Do ya’ll feel super sensitive to the change too?
Well, since we’re all “Sensitive Sallys” this week, I’m keeping Link Love short and emotional. Get ready to re-evaluate your entire life. 😉 Continue reading
Link Love on a Monday, again? Yikes. Ya’ll, I’ve been having a rough week and a half. I severely twisted my ankle and then I got food poisoning. I feel like I’m falling apart! On the bright side, being somewhat immobile has given me time to read quite a few books and find some online gems. I even helped clean and build out the van a bit before I had to take a nap. #truth. On with Link Love! Continue reading
Lord, ya’ll. I thought I set this post to publish on Friday, but apparently I did not. It’s been one of those weeks. Oh well, here’s hoping these links lessen the blow of Monday for ya.
We’ve been fixing up our van for camping and travels this summer. As you can tell, Bambi approves. This has been a long week and I’m so looking forward to the weekend. So let’s get to relaxing, people! On with Link Love! Continue reading
Ya’ll, it is so hard to get back into the habit of blogging and working and doing all the things. I took such a nice, long break, but it’s time to get back to it. I read so many good things during my break. Books! Entire books! And Internet goodies, of course. This is going to be a long one, folks, so settle in! Continue reading
This guy hiked the Pacific Coast Trail and took a selfie at each mile. His transformation is incredible.
Related: a quick, but useful primer on backpacking.
This Airstream trailer makeover is gorgeous!
Le shack! I know it’s only a retreat, but I could live there full-time.
6 things that helped me to stop worrying about money. I don’t know if I’ll ever stop worrying about money, but with a substantial savings account, I definitely worry about it less.
The joy of letting go of stress. “The problem is that we are holding onto what we want everyone else to be, what we want ourselves to be, what we’d like our work and families and life to be.”
Change your story to change your life.
Finances (and life) is a game of inches. Don’t get discouraged.
Perennial veggies?! I never even thought about it, but I need to add a few to my garden this year.
My friend, the Petersons, started their own tiny stove company! So proud of them. It makes me want to get one of my own!
Looking for cheap gifts? This chocolate almond ginger bark looks divine! I’ve also got some ideas on how to save on gifts and low-cost gifts to DIY.
I’m so looking forward to the holidays and a break. What about you?
Ahh, Link Love. It’s been a while, right? Maybe just a few weeks, but I’m still trying to recharge my batteries from a crazy October. Let’s get back into it, shall we?
How to want very little.
Personal finance and the power of “if.”
America is full of high-earning poor people. You said it, sister!
What happens when salaries aren’t secret. Spoiler alert: transparency negates evil!
“Stop being a glass. Become a lake.” Oh, I’m trying!
“You basically just always feel like you’re doing a horrible job at everything.” Stressed, Tired, Rushed: A Portrait of the Modern Family.
10 small kitchens that work it.
Instead Of Decluttering, It May Be Time To Think About ‘De-owning’
How successful people set boundaries at work.
That’s all folks! Happy (almost) weekend!