Friday already? Thank goodness! If you are in the same boat that I am and think 2017 has gotten off to a rocky start, the featured articles here will put a smile on your face. Hope you have a great SuperBowl weekend and remember to spend a little time on yourself. Go Falcons!
Here are my favorite reads for the week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
From around the web:
- Is there anything cuter than a hedgehog? How about a hedgehog in a hat? Check out these adorable photos.
- We all hip-hip-hoorayed when a rogue National Park tweeter shared climate change facts on Twitter after there was a media ban on all EPA and NPS personnel. If you were applauding them, here are nine ways you can continue supporting your national parks.
- Claire Warner wrote an article for Bustle Magazine about why intersectional feminism is so important right now.
- The National Geographic's Photography Contest for Kids just happened. Here are ten of the finalists.
On the blogosphere:
- This week, Ann Voskamp shared her thoughts about holding onto love in a divided world and it's never been needed more.
- Perhaps you remember #TheoandBeau, the adorable dog and human brother pair who were photographed taking naps together. Then there was little sister #TheoandEvvie. Well now, the Shyba family have added a fifth child and a third to their naptime photo collection.
- This is how you love someone with social anxiety, as written by Aman Basra for Thought Catalog.
- Sara Kravitz recently shared her guide to following your instincts on Cameron Diaz's TheBodyBook.
Here on A Simpler Grace:
- On Wednesday, I recapped my goals for January and shared the new ones I set for myself in February.
- Tuesday, I reflected on the month of January and shared little snippets of what I was up to in my personal life and on the blog.
- I shared my grateful heart on Monday and gave you a peek inside my gratitude journal.
- On Saturday, I introduced a special project I am starting and giving a little history into why I wanted to try this in 2017.
What are you loving from this week?
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