Hey, friends! I'm running a bit behind in posting this, but here it is. Let's jump right in!
Here are my favorite reads for the week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
From around the web:
- Japan is a country I've always wanted to travel. You can find culture, great food, and apparently, it's the firefly capital of the world.
- I'll make no secrets that I've played the Tinder game for a little while and it always interests me what people put in their profiles (if they even have one). Here is what men think about them.
- I am such a weather buff, so when pilot and photographer Santiago Borja captured these photos of a thunderstorm from a unique angle, I was in awe.
- We all know journaling is a healthy habit to keep, but did you know that it could help change the way you live your life?
On the blogosphere:
- Comparison is the thief of joy, right? Well, Ann Voskamp recently shared an article about how to win the comparison game and live your life shame free.
- We all love breakfast foods, so when I saw this Ricotta Berry French Toast Casserole from Pinch of Yum, I thought I'd died and gone to Heaven.
- Kristen Dalton wrote a post for Propel Women about finding meaning when life seems meaningless and, let me tell you, it was needed.
- Ever wonder what the tricks are to becoming a minimalist? Melissa Camara Wilkins wrote an article for No Sidebar sharing ten things minimalists don't do.
Here on A Simpler Grace:
- Monday I shared the weekly highlights from my gratitude journal and talked about the need for some relaxation after a stressful week.
- On Saturday, I broke down my goals from last month, showed you how I did and talked about my goals for July.
- I love a good photo-a-day challenge and right now, the Authentic Bloggers (the group I co-admin for) is hosting an awesome one on Instagram. There's still time to jump in on the fun!
What are you loving from this week?
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