Friday, June 08, 2018

Links to Love | 130

Stop by to see my favorite links from the week!  #linkstolove #fridayfavorites



It is a GOOD day to be alive. My local hockey team, the Caps, are the Stanley Cup champions. This is the first time we've ever won the title and I am a very happy girl. I'm wearing my red today in celebration and will be cracking into a bottle of wine later today. Go Caps! What is something you are celebrating this week?

Here are my favorite reads for the week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

From around the web:
  • Artist transforms stones into animals (WOW!) | Emma Taggart for My Modern Met (header image: Akie Nakata)
  • 7 ways busy women care for their mental health | Christine Warner for Verily Magazine
  • 10 simple ways you can make a difference in the world | Genevieve Rota for PopSugar
  • The story you tell yourself will become your identity | Peter Ash for Introvert, Dear
On the blogosphere:
Here on A Simpler Grace:
Favorite Video of the Week:


What are you loving from this week?

In this post, I'm featuring some of my favorite reads from the week. If you wish to share the love, please link from the original source.

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18 comments:

  1. This was an awesome link round up! I'm reading Big Magic right now and i'm loving it! I'll need to check out some of your suggestions!

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  2. I really enjoyed Big Magic. Liz Gilbert is one of my favorite writers and people, in general. Thanks for stopping by to read, Katie!

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  3. I love checking out your reading lists! I've never read Jane Eyre. I feel like I should, but I agree that the "blah" thing has always had me a little scared to bother. And I haven't read Cheryl Strayed's book of quotes, but I LOVED reading Wild last summer. It almost made me want to do outdoorsy things. Almost...

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  4. Haha! I agree. Cheryl Strayed had me feeling like I should pack a bag and head for the PCT. Then I remembered that I'm not much for roughing it. More power to those who enjoy it!

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  5. I *love* these animal stones! You're constantly a great source for cool stuff.

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  6. This is such a great post. I love round ups, I've clicked so many and have a bunch of tabs to save and read later that I can't wait!

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  7. Great summer reading post! Love the books you listed.

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  8. So many great finds! I adore posts like these, it's so much fun to share the things that put a smile on your face lately. Those animal stones were breathtakingly gorgeous, and I love the post on how good it is to work hard! I definitely feel like that's something people have forgotten.

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  9. shootingstarsmagJune 9, 2018 at 10:35 PM

    Omg, those paintings! I love that little mouse in the beginning. So adorable! And ooh I want that otter holding her baby! These are so great. I like the printable summer reading log too from Mom's Summer Reading Challenge. How fun!

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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  10. Hey! I love this idea for a blog post! We come across such awesome things on the internet and it's always great to share it with others. I'd love to try this too! Thank you for the inspiration! :)

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  11. Aren't they so cute? I thought they were real animals when I first saw that post. :)

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  12. Yay! Hope you find some things you enjoy!

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  13. You're right, many have forgotten the importance of working hard. I'm so glad you stopped by and found some interesting reads!

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  14. I know! I want a couple of those animal stones and would use them as paperweights on my desk. They are too cute!

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  15. Thanks for stopping by to read, Parul!

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  16. Wow, these are amazing links to love. All are pretty interesting and worth seeing. These links are great.

    StyleSprinter Blog by Katya Bychkova

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