Ah, Saturday. You have finally graced us again.
This weekend has a whole lot of nothing on the agenda, my very favorite kind of weekend. Here are a few interesting finds to kick yours off:
Steve Jobs Was a Low-Tech Parent. I wrote about our dedication to limiting screen time a while back and this piece reminded me of all the reasons why we choose to…and work hard at it. Because it’s certainly not always easy – or doable – but it’s worth it.
Why It Doesn’t Matter How You Feel About Your Friends. I have made a very conscious effort the past few years to consistently let my close friends know how much I care about them. There are really only a handful of them, after all. At times I wish some of them would do more of the same in return but I am also trying to accept that some people don’t communicate the way others do…and that’s ok. Most of the time. 😉
“Really weird advice” about following your passion. I loved this so much because I have long felt the same way about passion…it’s such an intense word and comes laden with expectation. I haven’t found my passion yet. And I am not sure when or if I will. One week it’s cooking. The next it is writing. Last week it was flowers. But I am ok with that, because searching for it can be just as fun and beneficial.
Meet The Blogger Who Dresses Like An Olsen Twin. Love her look.
And finally, my favorite new blog to bookmark: Manger. This mom of seven (!) left life in the city for the French countryside and shares an inside look – filled with gorgeous, rustic recipes and an idyllic sensibility – that feels charming and real at the same time. And if that’s not good inspiration for a Saturday, I don’t know what is.
Have a lovely weekend. xx
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