Links I love.

My favorite finds from around the web:

Every celebrity interview. “It’s a Wednesday afternoon at Café Gitane, and [YOUR FAVORITE FEMALE CELEBRITY] breezes through the door fifteen minutes late. She says the traffic was crazy and graciously offers to refill my cup of coffee….”

A picture of me at work. I loved this essay about what it means to capture the essence of a person from Ed Cyzewski’s newsletter.

Discover the kitchen style for your Myers-Briggs personality type. Of course this is ridiculous. Of course I read it anyway.

9 learnings from 9 years of Brain Pickings. Be generous. Expect anything worthwhile to take a long time. Build pockets of stillness into your life. (Sleep!)

Favorite instagram:

blue books

It’s no secret that the blue books are my favorite. (I’m on instagram as @annebogel.)

On the blog: 

One year ago: Books that are really engaging, but easy to read.

Two years ago: What keeps women from showing up?

Three years ago: 3 time management rules I wish I’d learned 10 years ago.

Mrs Meyer's seasonal scents collage

Don’t forget: 

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This offer is good through Sunday, November 1 at 9:00 p.m. EST or as long as stock lasts.

Have a great weekend!


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  1. liz n. says:

    The celebrity interview! I’m dying!!

    Also, I have a feeling that the perfect kitchen for YOUR personality type would be “finished.”


  2. B J says:

    If someone did a book with nothing but pictures of bookshelves filled with books, stacks of books on nightstands, and piles of books at bookstores, I would buy it. I always love those pics, especially when I can read the titles!

  3. Wendy says:

    Wonderful links. My father was a professional news photographer. All my favorite pictures of myself are ones he took casually. I think it was a combination of the trust between us, allowing me to look relaxed and happy with a camera pointed at me, and his skill with lighting and composition. Some are “posed candids,”–leaning over a wooden half door with our dog, leaping into the air, peering around a corner–but others were true candids, looking up from a cup of coffee, hugging my mom.

  4. Amy Reasoner says:

    Okay, so the Myers-Briggs kitchen article was too funny! I am an INFJ (“Your kitchen style is Scandinavian. Light, bright, and white! You love subway tile with dark grout, white-washed floors, and clean, tidy spaces with just a few bright pops of color. This reminds you of a better future ahead.”) What cracked me up was that I actually said to my husband just the other day: “you know what I love? white subway tile with dark grout.”

  5. Ha ha on the celebrity interview. The most original I ever saw was years ago, the magazine convinced Susan Sarandon to do a bunch of crazy things in exchange for donations to the Heifer Project. Then they followed her around while she did the challenges (like rent her own movies at Blockbuster…it was a while ago!)

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