Links I love

Links I love

My favorite finds from around the web: 

The magical key to doing it all. “Define your “all,” do those things, and start getting comfortable dropping the rest.”

No cabin needed: how to write a book in 3 months while living your normal life. Not just for writers: “The idea that you need to go off to a cabin for solitude is a myth.”

Definitive proof Kate Middleton only wears 7 things. “Kate Middleton has style. Or should we say, a style. Consistently spotted in the same silhouettes, color schemes, and hemline (singular; there is generally one hemline), she has the penultimate work uniform.”

Fear is boring, and other tips for living a creative life. Liz Gilbert’s 11 best pieces of advice on living a meaningfully creative life.

The Mrs Meyer’s deal is back! 

Every once in a while Grove Collaborative (formerly known as ePantry) brings me a crazy good offer to share with my readers and that time is now. Through Tuesday (or until these kits are gone, and they go fast) new customers get a FREE Mrs Meyer’s cleaning kit (pictured above) in the spring scent of their choice.

Mrs Meyer's spring cleaning kit custom

The kit includes:

• Mrs Meyer’s spring hand soap (in your favorite scent—we love the lilac)
• Mrs. Meyer’s spring dish soap (in your favorite scent)
• Grove Collaborative glass spray bottle
• Grove Collaborative walnut scrubber sponges

New customers, click here to reserve your kit before they’re gone.

Existing customers, there’s something for you, too: a beautiful glass spray bottle. Click this link to get yours!

On the blog:

One year ago: Books that are better together (and four literary flights to get you started)

Two years ago: For the Janeite who ran out of Austen novels

Three years ago: A dissenting opinion on the IKEA Ektorp sofa

Four years ago: What the craft of storytelling teaches us about life

Have a great weekend!

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  1. Kate says:

    I don’t think it makes sense to say the Duchess of Cambridge has the “penultimate” wardrobe. That would mean it is her second-to-last wardrobe, would it not?

    • Ana says:

      yeah, I wondered the same thing! I think they thought it was a fancier version of “ultimate”, which would make complete sense in that sentence.

  2. Rachel N says:

    Thank you for the Grove Collaborative free glass spray bottle! I joined Grove Collaborative because of your blog but have continued because of the great prices and regular giveaways! I’m definitely going to continue my subscription!

  3. Hannah Beth Reid says:

    I adore the pictures in this post, especially the first one. Beautiful colors and books…what could be better?

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