Winter To Do List

Winter To-Do LIst

I put together a winter to-do list with some ideas for the upcoming season. I’m also sharing some of the fun things I’d love to do this winter. I hope it inspires you to put together a list of your own to celebrate this time of year.

If you are a list maker like me, try the 52 Lists Project Journal. It’s divided into seasons and then weeks. Each week you are asked to list something. At the bottom of the page, there is a “take action” suggestion. There’s also space to make your own lists. You can print out a sample collection of the lists here to help you get started. I also love this collection of 26 lists everyone should make.

I also love using a Bullet Journal. The Bullet Journal is a customizable and forgiving organization system. It can be your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook, and diary, but most likely, it will be all the above. Here’s how to get started using a Bullet Journal. Watch this great video for more details too. Find out why it’s such a great journal here.

If you are looking for some ideas, here are a few fun things you might want to add to your list. Continue reading “Winter To Do List”

Link Love

link love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love. Have a great weekend, friends!

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1.    Tampa Bay Times food critic Laura Reiley’s investigative series debunks “farm-to-table” claims, exposes fake farmers at farmers’ markets, and offers consumers tips for spotting a fraud.

2.    Acre Restaurant’s famous Frito Pie recipe. Acre is a popular restaurant in Auburn, Alabama.

3.     Gilmore Girls a year in the life fashion: an interview with costume designer Brenda Maben.

4.    Lonely Planet released their wanderlust-inducing guides on where to travel in 2017.

5.    Are you too old to find success?

6.    10 things you might not know about Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, including why he skipped a Kanye show.

7.    Why do more women have thyroid disease?

8.    Dolly Parton’s skillet cornbread recipe.

9.    The Japanese art of grieving a miscarriage.

10.  How to protect yourself against selfish people.

11.  What’s the use of regret? We can’t change past mistakes, but we can change ourselves.

12.  The small things to change that lead to better things.

13.  Why do people talk to themselves and when does it become a problem?

14.  How do you use your free time well?

15.  Find out the most-Googled beauty questions of last year.

16.  How to connect to a wi-fi network at any airport in the world.

17.  Decluttering? Is it the secret to happiness?

18.  Facebook doesn’t tell users everything it really knows about them.

19.  You probably have a parasite. Find out what to do about it.

20.  Try these cool gadgets to make your life easier in 2017.

21.  Does mold affect the brain?

22.  An investigation inside the sickening world of puppy mills.

23.  British Prime Minister Theresa May and her attention to fashion.

24.  Here’s what you can can’t eat on Whole30.

25.  Magic Cookie Bars will never go out of style. I love the versatility of this recipe. It’s easy to adapt for a gluten-free version.

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