Links I love

Links I love

Happy weekend, readers! I hope you have something to look forward to this weekend, and that this collection of good reads and interesting things puts you in the right frame of mind. Happy reading!

My favorite finds from around the web:

  • Doesn’t this sweatshirt just scream “spring”? Those colors make me so happy.
  • This mug definitely captures my weekend intentions.
  • My daughter and I are sewing for the first time in FOREVER. We’re attempting this shirt, wish us luck!
  • Why Your Brain Feels Broken. “’For many of us, life has changed from being divided in well-defined areas of work, kids, activities, to a situation where everything is a mix,’ Dr. Eckerström said, and that muddling puts a strain on our cognitive abilities.”

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Have a great weekend!

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  1. Amy says:

    I haven’t read Anne Lamott in a long time (like 15 years or so), but after reading that article, I’m going to have to pick up some of her books. I think I could really use them right now.

    Thanks for the reminder!

  2. Kristin Wellsand says:

    My worlds collide! I’m a big reader AND a big sewist (I listen to lots of audiobooks while sewing!), and HeyJuneHandmade is one of my favorite independent pattern designers! Her patterns are awesome, stylish while being simple and comfortable. I have made 4 of her Halifax hoodies (Hatteras is the juniors version) and have 2 more in my queue. I’m planning to make a pair of her Mountain Pose pants this weekend (we can all use some more comfy pants, right?). I love sewing (The pride of accomplishment! Body positivity and the joy of custom fit clothes! The sustainability and practicality of a hobby!) I wish you and your daughter all the best and just like the book community, the sewing community is full of kind people with LOTS of tutorials and help online. Happy Sewing! So excited for you!

  3. Kara says:

    Anne Lamott is a treasure! Thanks for including the link to the article about her. Perhaps it’s time for me to pick up Bird by Bird again!

    Also, the article about the short afternoon walk is hilarious, but also makes an argument many of us don’t want to hear. I’ll think about it more later today… during my afternoon walk.

  4. Adrienne says:

    Loved the article about the Short Afternoon Walk! So true…. Have a wonderful weekend and lots of happy reading!

  5. Alyson Woodhouse says:

    The brain article is fascinating, everything is rather blurred at the moment, no wonder people find it difficult to consentrate these days. I recently listened to Reading People on Audible BTW, and especially appreciated your explanation of Cognitive Functions, which means I’ve finally got the hang of MBTI. Cheers.

  6. Elena Campbell says:

    I love all the links. The afternoon walk made me smile!
    I wish they still had that sweatshirt in Pink! Oh well!

  7. Tania Moore says:

    Loved the afternoon walk article which I just read as I returned from my afternoon walk!! And I ordered the sweatshirt!! Spring comes late to central NY – so I can look springy but be warm!!

  8. Kristina Baas says:

    I’m so excited to hear you and your daughter are sewing! For your next project check out indie designer True Bias, they have stylish, and accessible patterns in women’s and children’s sizes (yes, you could make matching outfits),and the instructions are fantastic.

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