It’s a long weekend here in Canada, and I’m going away to the Oregon coast for some R&R with the boyfriend, sans the dog.
As this post is being posted, I am probably driving to Oregon.
I had a lazy week this week and didn’t really comment on many posts. I read a lot, but slacked off on commenting and networking. Posting, even. So, this week’s link love is going to be quick and dirty. There were a thousand other good posts this week, but I’m on vacation so off the top of my head, these are posts I really enjoyed!
Posts I loved this week
Erika wrote about when a recipe for success fails. It’s a really interesting post.
She also wrote a post about how you know whether you’re a shopaholic. It made me laugh but also nod, because I definitely went through a stage where all of these would be checkmarks!
Anthony at the Joyful Self Manager wrote about likable human attributes – an interesting post.
Prairie Eco Thrifter has a post up about how “buying green” is not always eco friendly. There’s a lot of great points in this post, especially for somebody who is always trying to reduce her carbon footprint!
Sydney at Untemplater writes about having a healthy partnership for the long term.
My Money Design encourages us to embrace that we are in sales. I can’t even count how many times I’ve been told in school that it’s super important to be able to convince somebody of something!
Jana at Daily Money Shot wrote about letting go of her guilt. It’s a great post and I could definitely relate. I’m always guilty about what I’m doing, even if I’m doing what I’m supposed to do.
Blogs I loved this week