Every week on Friday, I share a list of the most interesting and inspiring content I’ve read lately here on my blog. You can expect thoughts on productivity, happiness, balance, spirituality, politics, and more. Subscribe here to get updates. See archives here.
This video clip filled me with so much joy. How talented are they?!
We all need ideas about how to save money on gifts this holiday season! This year, basically everyone on my list is getting books.
Speaking of money, I find Weathsimple’s Money Diaries super interesting and well-produced. This one with JVN is fun!
I felt like punching the air in excitement when I read this post from Seth this week. THIS is why systems and details matter so much.
Some of the coding stuff was over my head, but I liked this behind-the-scenes look at how Kai built Dense Discovery (one of my fave newsletters).
If you have any secret gift exchanges this holiday season, allow me to recommend this super simple online generator. I used it to set up a Secret Santa with my sisters and it’s way more fun not knowing whose name everyone drew!
This week The Vault launched its first print collection, On Healing! I am so proud to be a part of this magazine, and this collection is so beautiful.
It was lots of fun to tour Cobblestone Farm Retreat this week with Sonja and Laura and learn more about Sam, the owner. She is so cool and has had such an interesting life. Plus the house and dogs and horses are all beautiful!
Next Monday I’ll be sending out the first issue of my new business newsletter, Creative Support! It’ll be a monthly email sharing some business thoughts & strategies, what I’m up to, and things I love. It’s a different list than these Inspiration posts, so head over here to subscribe if you’re interested!
Last but not least, this week I was inspired by those little orange berries. How cute! You can read more about that here.
It was a slow week, and for that I am grateful. Apart from our day trip to the farmhouse, I had very few plans and lots of space in my days to get back to reality and feel grounded again. November has been FULL, in a good way, and it’s nice to be able to catch my breath and plan ahead for the rest of 2018. This weekend I have a few lovely low-key parties to go to, and otherwise am hoping to read and relax. I hope you have a wonderful weekend too. xo.