Happy Saturday! Wherever you are and whatever you’re doing this weekend, here are some lovely links for your perusal, growth, and entertainment:
Have you experienced public food-shaming? I’ve always felt a bit weird about eating in public (on trains, outside, etc.) and this article sparked a true “a-ha” moment for me.
A brilliant post from Casey about asking the hard questions, especially “To what end?”
Definitely going to start experimenting with these tips from Catherine Just: 10 Tips on How to Use Photography as a Tool for Personal Transformation.
Invaluable advice on how to be a friend to someone who is sad via Jennifer Pastiloff.
My partner and I will be making biiig travel decisions over the next couple of months (summary: they involve potentially leaving England for good!). In the meantime, I look forward to having fun with some of these DIY travel projects.
“When you say ‘yes’ to others make sure you are not saying ‘no’ to yourself.” – Paulo Coehlo. Boom. Rosie Molinary explains her framework for saying no using the continuum of whole-heartedness.
Yes, yes, a thousand times yes! “Be a farmer, not a hunter”; the best money advice you will ever hear.
I’m filing this under “awesome questions I want to ask myself every day”: if you were the best in the world at what you do, how would you behave?
Zen Habits’ Leo Babauta shares some beautiful words of wisdom around how to change other people.
And, for funsies:
I made these last weekend and can report back that, yes, they really do taste as amazing as they sound.
Wishing you a lovely weekend! :)