Spring is back, but it better be here for real this time. This constant back-and-forth is unhealthy. This week, I celebrated a one-year anniversary with Jim, recapped my 8k but ran zero times and broke out my very favorite spring loafers (these guys). I’m excited to get my run back on this weekend and to start the season’s grilling action. What are you looking forward to this weekend? Other than these great links, of course…
Something I’m scared of but think I should eventually do: (lessons from) living alone.
Say one of your besties lived in Sweden. Would you go visit? I’m saving for a trip somewhere in that general direction…
Important: it is spring. Have you entered to win a pair of Hunter rainboots yet?
Do I want this? Yes. But do I need it? Erm…maybe. Summer is coming, after all!
Let’s be present in one place at one time. Kathleen asks:
How are you showing up for your partner, your family, and your friends? If you’re itching to check your email under the dinner table you might be showing up with scattered attention and only a part of your whole heart…The next time you have dinner with a friend or a date out with your main squeeze try leaving your phone at home. Instead of falling back on conversations about what sucks, instead speak from the place that holds your dreams and desires.
Blogging: on advertising and sponsorship disclosure and other good (and legal) things.
How did it take me 24 years of life to discover this magical hair fixer?
I am an ecourse fiend. Now that that’s out in the open, I’m currently taking Shape Up Your Content, an awesome Braid ecourse. Get in on the next one: Personal Branding: Blending Who You Are and What You Do.
Are you running away from discomfort by leaping into big change?
Please don’t hate me for getting a little nerdy about having an authentic voice on social media. The Buffer bloggers are always so spot on!
Daily routine, oh how I miss you.
If you own a handmade shop, check out this new feature: Small Shops, Big Hearts.
Know what’s cool? When smart people share their smarts. If you blog, check out Lisa Butler’s new book (you can win a copy, too!): Make WP Work for You.
If you’re new to Jaybird, might I suggest a few good get-to-know-ya blog posts?
With that, I’m departing to stubbornly bask in the kinda cold sun and brunch my face off. I’ll catch you on Twitter or see you back here on Monday!
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