Three on Thursday - Weekly Favorites

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Welcome back to Three on Thursday, a weekly list of three things I'm loving at the moment that I think you should do, try, or buy.  If you're interested in past weeks and more recommendations, you can find those here.  If you make your own Three on Thursday list, please share it in the comments so I can check it out.


My New 'Shop'.  So, it's not exactly my shop in that I sell anything I've made, but I was able to make it a portion of this site and set it up pretty so you can see my recommendations.  A resources page, if you will.  I always get questions about what I would recommend when it comes to organizing certain spaces, as well as what I recommend for cruelty free products.  I plan on adding more to this shop as I think of things, but for now it's up and running and looking nice.  Hopefully it ends up being useful to you!


Corner Ladder Shelving.  John got me this for Christmas and it fits so well into our living room.  (Well, I knew it would, which is why I added it to my Amazon wish list in the first place.)  I knew we needed something else in there, in the other corner, because our living room is pretty big.  I don't like putting things on the walls, so I thought a shelving unit would work well, because we can move it and it also draws the eyes upwards with it's height, making the room look more full and pulled together.  Shockingly, it wasn't hard to assemble!  I'm not sure what all decorative pieces I'm going to put on it just yet, but it's pretty even without anything on it.


Forest App.  If you don't already know what this is, then I think this is the best time to share it with you, because a lot of people have new year's resolutions that would benefit from it's use.  It's a productivity app, perfect if you're the type that loses focus easily or tries to do too many tasks at once.  Especially if one of those tasks is compulsive social media checking.  It's simple in how it works: you open the app and plant a tree, and you set a timer for how long you need to focus on your task at hand.  The tree grows during that time.  If you leave the app to check, say, Facebook, your tree dies.  It's super motivating to keep your tree alive!  You eventually build forests with your trees and the best part is that you earn virtual coins, which you spend to plant actual trees with Forest's partner, Trees For The Future.  There's a lot to love!  The only downside is that it is a one time fee of $2, but if it will keep you focused and planting free (real) trees, it's worth it.

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