Friday Links November 25th

It’s a month until Christmas, guys. WTF.

In other news, I totally failed my challenge of blogging every day in November. A few days ago, I had had a great day, I was tired, and the thought of typing out a post just didn’t bring me joy. I don’t want this blog to be a chore and I don’t want it to be full of stuff for the sake of it – quality over quantity.

I’ve gained a lot from it, though. I’ve found a few other bloggers that I’m really enjoying, through the communities. I love my new Saturday posts looking back on awesome things that happened in the week. I’ve remembered how nice it is to blog often and regularly. Though everything in moderation.

Let’s linkie

I loved this post from Jess about what to wear to work in the winter! I’m all about stylish knits!

Such a cute post on plants you can use to improve the air quality in your home!

I’m really focusing on improving my life in little ways every day, so this post on steps you can take to make things better was really helpful. Totally agree with cutting negative people out!

This post on fanboys hit home – there’s a guy who does all of these things to me, but I would not like for him to make a move. I need to bring up the courage to tell him to back off soon.

I have in previous years tried the primal diet but it wasn’t so easy to do that and stay 90% vegetarian as I was at the time. These primal products look really good, though, and I hope they sell them in the UK soon as I’d love to try them.

More advice on how to hygge – I’m loving Bloomsy’s series.

I know a few of you work from home – Nicole has some solid tips for those who do!

This pumpkin festival in Ludwigsburg looks like such fun! (And I agree – they look much more like Humpty Dumpty!)

Alexandra is in the UK and has written the most British post I have ever read. Can someone ever have too much tea?? (Answer: no)

Have a lovely weekend!


  1. I sooo know what you mean by quality over quantity. Some of my posts this month were maybe 200 words, if even and I’m used to a solid 900 word post). I”m still not giving up though, I only have 6 more day left and it’s getting me very excited! But I understand not feeling to blog – before I started the challenge there were so many days were I was just not feeling the vibe and I believe this challenge has kind of just put into perspective that writing is not my worst enemy anymore.

    My parents went to the pumpkin fest in Ludwisburg last month. They had amazing pictures they e-mailed over and said the large pumpkins looked very heavy. One day I’ll stop by there, too.

  2. The post about working from home was really interesting… it turns out that in my first week of unemployment, I’ve stumbled into a part time gig that will require me to be online 9am to noon on weekdays. The problem for me is that I gave up my apartment two weeks ago, and I don’t have space to make my own! I guess I’ll be trying to rotate between Starbucks and Panera Bread to do some work out of the house. I’m also looking into co-working spaces, just because being in the house ALL THE TIME is gonna get brain-bending after a little while, I bet.
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    • I read a thing a while ago that said you’re actually more productive when you work in a coffeeshop environment. Your part time job sounds pretty cool, though!

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