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8.17.2017

Three on Thursday

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Welcome back to Three on Thursday, my weekly even though I sometimes skip weeks list of things I'm loving at the moment that I think you should do, try, or buy.  If you're interested in past weeks, you can find those here.

8.16.2017

Goals Check In

I was working on quarterly goals for awhile, but Steph and Sara ended their related link up and they're both going in a different direction for future goals and plans.  And I agree with Steph that you should change it up when something stops working for you, so I plan on following her lead.

8.15.2017

Blog Post Ideas I Actually Want to Read

Everything is harder for me in the summer.  Yeah yeah, it's like beating a dead horse for me to keep repeating that around here but it's the truth.  I just can't stand summer.  I'm less productive and motivated and creative and all around slightly crabbier because nothing makes me crabby like being hot.  I'm thrilled that fall is approaching, because it means I'm ever closer to winter, my favorite.  (I live in a good city to be such a winter lover, but I'm still open to moving to Alaska, trust me.)  Of particular struggle lately though is blog motivation and post ideas.  I've put up 165 posts so far this year and have plenty more for the last 3 months of this year, but that's because the colder months just lend themselves to so many more ideas for me.

8.14.2017

Paperless Life

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Like I mentioned last week, I don't keep paper.  (John's been a little more resistant, since he was raised to keep everything, but he's coming around to the process.)  Digital storage makes my life easier and simpler, as does letting go of the notion that I 'might need it, one day.'  Spoiler: you don't.  There are so many good reasons to stop the paper madness - saving trees, saving money, saving sanity.  To me, the biggest benefit of going paperless as much as possible is that it reduces the amount of clutter in the home.  People don't realize what an issue paper is, because a few scraps here and there seem so small.  What they don't see is all of that paper piled together in one spot.

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