My saved for later queue is FILLED because life is busy right now and I just never seem to get back to the items I’ve bookmarked. I always have great intentions about shutting down my computer around 3pm to take a walk with the baby and the dog, or to do the laundry or start dinner or…whatever. Maybe just sit and binge-watch something.
More often than not, 3pm becomes 4pm and 4pm becomes “honey, could you get Audrey from school so I can wrap up this project?” and then BOOM. Bedtime.
However, the Internet has had some good stuff recently, and I wanted to make sure I shared them with you!Before the links, here are a few additional things that are floating my boat.
- The Blissful Bites Podcast with Nicole Culver (and not just because I was a guest!)
- Young House Love Has a Podcast
- I’ll Have Another with Lindsey Hein
- The Birth Hour
- Online Marketing Made Easy
- Simple Pin Podcast
- Heart Soul & Hustle Podcast with Zach Spuckler
- The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
- Another Mother Runner
- The Inner Runner by Dr. Jason Karp* (I got a review copy after I got certified as one of Jason’s running coaches!)
- The Temporary Agent by Daniel Judson*
- Spartan Fit! by Joe De Dena (I got a review copy; it’s currently available for pre-order)
- Kodiak Cakes Minute Muffins
- Applesauce-Filled Carrot Muffins from Cook the Story
- CookSmarts.com meal plans (I reviewed this a long time ago but now pay for my own subscription and don’t make affiliate money if you subscribe!)
- Snapchat (I’m kwidrick)
- The Skimm
- QuickBooks Self-Employed
- Mode (I write stories for them so I like to see them pop up here!)
- Later (I also just bought Grum and we’ll see how that works…)
OK, now to the links.
So helpful. You can even export reports! I’m using this more and more for work and client projects.
I’ve really been trying to commit to doing batch work. Instead of hopping from one task to another, I’m scheduling one hour a day to work on web content and one to schedule social and one to answer emails and so on and so forth. It’s much harder than I expected, because it’s in my nature to want to respond to things immediately.
I am a sucker for a good pun. It doesn’t matter how bad or cheesy, tell me one and I start crying from laughing.
Guys, I just can’t even anymore.
Don’t let the title of the article fake you out. It’s a great read.
I’m not a millennial, but still: INTERESTING.
Just because Stitch Fix wasn’t a great fit for me (see this post) doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate how well they’ve done building their business and making a difference.
Some of those are WICKED.
- Research shows preschoolers who watch Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood develop social and emotional skills
We watch a lot of Daniel Tiger. My 3.5-year-old is the most empathetic person I’ve ever met. Coincidence? Maybe not!
Love these ladies!
I work from home but it’s harder than you might think to eat a good, healthy and balanced meal, even when the kitchen is 5 steps away. I love these!
Le sigh. It’s hard no matter what but being away from family and local support is super challenging.