This is the last Links I Love of the year. I have really enjoyed spending every Sunday with you. Thank you so much for reading along with me. Sharing articles and favorite stories has been something my family has done for years. My grandma used to cut out and mail me articles from the newspaper when I was younger. This is a much easier way to share articles with readers from around the world. I look forward to this every week and I know so many of you do too.
I have taken the last week off to spend time with my family. It hasn’t been the easiest thing, but I am slowly getting used to being unplugged for a bit. I swear the Florida sun, sleep, and tons of water I have been drinking is doing wonders on my skin. I have been living in my matching pajamas and slippers and having lazy mornings with my niece and nephew.
To be honest, I didn’t start reading blogs before I started mine. I came across The Stripe about a year ago and I love Grace for her honesty and we are around the same age and I can relate to her in so many ways. If you haven’t dug into The Stripe yet, I highly recommend it.
14 French Etiquette Tips you should follow on your next trip to France (I have been wanting to write something similar) Bookmark this or pass it onto a friend going to France soon.
The Weirdest Best Part of Trips Do you agree?
Why it is better to be Single I can’t tell you how many people told me they were “praying for me” since I arrived to the holidays solo. Why?! I would rather be happy and single then miserable and taken.
A few business books that are on my reading list:
Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis (I have really enjoyed her podcast Rise this year)
Becoming by Michelle Obama (has anyone read it?)
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