But fewer than 10% of resolutions are ever reached. Why? Because they’re unreasonable and unrealistic. Here are a few tips you can use to start getting things done and make sure you don’t get to December empty handed. (more…)
January has been pretty great. Watching movies, reading books, learning Spanish, it’s all off with a bang. Thinking of taking a couple of weeks in May to head down South and get some Spanish in my brain. Let me know if you have any suggestions of international homestay Spanish programs that won’t make my wallet cry!
A few things I’ve been excited about lately: (more…)
Coming at you live from my kitchen because it’s time for breakfast. And not, like, wimpy breakfast. Not toast. BREAKFAST. Substantive, protein-y, jump-around-the-kitchen-let’s-go-ride-a-bear breakfast. (more…)
Thursday Tidbits are BACK and better than ever (and by, “better than ever” I mean, “probably very much the same”)! I hope your winter vacation was calm and freezing and beautiful. I’m ready to roll into this awesome year.
Fascinating read about authors’ artistic processes. I read about this author once who would write a chapter of a book, then immediately throw the entire thing away, and write it again. That. Is. Terrifying. To. Me.
The year has begun! Let’s get it going. Coming at you live from my living room on this fine (freezing) Saturday afternoon in January. 2015 is happening and it’s happening fast. Here were the 10 most popular posts from the blog last year:
Christmas is over and it’s time to think about the next year. Tomorrow is 2015 and you’re almost out of cookies so you might as well just curl up on the couch eat the rest of them, right? Probably should.
This also means it’s time to grab a new calendar. There are some lovely handmade ones on Etsy: (more…)