Quantcast

Friday, February 9, 2018

Recommended for February



Hello again.  Having skipped January (unintentionally), I'm back this month with a few more interesting, encouraging, and beautiful things.  Keep an eye out for a few other written pieces in the next few weeks.  I've been mulling over a few ideas I've been wanting to put to paper, and I think February is the month to share them.  Without further ado...

---

"True self-care is not salt baths and chocolate cake, it is making the choice to build a life you don't need to regularly escape from."  Take your self-care further.

A beautiful reminder that vulnerability is valuable and courage is worth it.  (This guy is totally worth following on Twitter, by the way.  He's one of the legit Christians out there who I think everyone should be listening to regardless of their faith.)
If you love travel and minimalism, you'll appreciate these minimalist hostels.  That shipping container hostel can get as low as $7/night!

One of the few newsletters subscriptions I like keeping in my inbox is The Hustle.  The folks there write short bits on business and tech news in a way that doesn't bore me to death.  They recently wrote a post about how to write well and in their style.  Have a look at that and see some of their regular content here.

Stay warm out there, Northern Hemisphere friends.

I came across The Wondersmith this month, and I am in love.  She is a kindred spirit of some part of my soul, and I am so excited to show her to you!  She creates magical events for strangers who happen upon her whimsical invitations.  Her Instagram is such a visually inspiring treat, and you can check out her events page for more captured details of her creations.  (The moment I have a spare $100 laying around, I'm going to throw it at her patron page!)

Local Milk is another blog I've been inspired by lately.  As if having a gorgeous kitchen and a love for Japan doesn't make me excited enough, the girl lives in Chattanooga!  The epitome of cool.  One day when I'm rich, I'm going to go on one of her small group travel retreats.

To wear

To buy
To read

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for sharing your thoughts! If there is something you want me to respond to specifically, feel free to send me an email; I'd love to chat.