Sunday, February 14, 2016
Weekend notes & link love #36
How often do you say "I'm fine" without really meaning it? This piece made me think hard, and I realized that I do this way too often. And I think it's something I should reconsider, because as Daryl puts it: "You should feel comfortable talking about the things that matter to you." (via The Everygirl)
When we are constantly hustling and rushing from one task to another, it can be difficult to step back and evaluate what's working and what's not. Erin's tips on making your life healthier and more vibrant made me stop and think for a while about the things I could do to improve my wellbeing. What about you? (via The Glitter Guide)
Are we all addicted to busy? And what can we do about it? This is such an important and thought provoking piece! (via The Everygirl)
For the past two weeks, I've been having so much fun experimenting with my brand new Bullet journal! (read the backstory here) I'm still figuring some things out, but already, having one notebook instead 10+ is proving to be invaluable to my mental health. And since Kara has been the main source of inspiration when it comes to BuJo, I loved reading about the lessons she learned in 6 months of using this system. (via Boho Berry)
As I'm slowly nearing my way to my 30th birthday this year, I'm thinking a lot about all the lessons I've learned in my twenties, the great things that I experienced but also the mistakes that I made. That's why I really loved Meg's list of things she wishes she would have done in her 20s. I fully subscribe to them all! (via Meg Biram)
And a few things you may have missed on The Charming Avenue:
12 healthy habits I want to develop in 2016.
12 books to inspire your best 2016.
My favorite beet recipes to experiment with.
Things I'm currently inspired by.