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10 Links Worth Your Time

Tips for success and confidence, avoiding travel mistakes, get inspired by cool photography, and a primer on manners. Ten articles worth reading this week. How To Make an Orange Julius Rules for Success From a Former Navy SEAL Rare Color Photos of Paris Shot 100 Years Ago Karl Lagerfeld’s Library The Ultimate Routine for a Perfect Work Day 10 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Checking In (and Out of) a

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10 Links Worth Your Time

Exploring travel destinations, managing anxiety, feeling inspired by art and houseplants, useful kitchen tips, and four cute bear cubs. Ten articles worth reading this week. Encyclopedia of Houseplants Famed Yellowstone Bear Emerges From Winter With Cubs A Dynamic Collection of Black Art This Stunning Hotel Room In The Swiss Alps Has No Walls 7 Reasons To Be Proud Of Being A Night Owl 5 Smart Tips For Remote Performance Reviews

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Decluttering Cookbooks: 152 Cookbooks In My Library

Quarantine panic baking, decluttering my cookbook collection, and eating a lot of carbs during these stressful and uncertain times. We are living in some very dark times. There is a lot of pain in the world right now. When I feel anxious, I eat. I’ve been baking quite a bit and I’m at least 70% of the way through my cookbook challenge to prepare at least two recipes from every

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10 Links To Inform, Entertain & Inspire

Lessons from the Great Depression, gratitude, creativity, COVID-19, and taking care of ourselves in these uncertain and stressful times. A few articles to inform, entertain, and inspire. What Americans Who Beat The Great Depression Can Teach Us Today 7 Types Of Broke You Need To Be Before You Can Appreciate Being Happy 14 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative 31 Best Dance Movies of All Time Nature Winning The

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10 Interesting Articles To Read This Week

Coffee naps, cozy cabins, brothers, how-to basics, and some rules for life. And yes, it’s good to be weird. A few articles to enjoy. Why Coffee Naps Are Best 10 Painfully Obvious Truths 12 Reasons Why Your Brother Is The Most Important Man In Your Life Even Banksy Is Working From Home Long-Lost Honeymoon Photos From 1939 Cabin Porn How To Poach, Fry, Scramble And Boil The Perfect Egg The

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Spring Cleaning: 15 More Things to Declutter Right Now!

Spring is here. Let’s take advantage of this time at home to hit the reset button by spring cleaning and decluttering areas of our lives we often neglect. You can catch up on my list of 25 things to declutter from earlier this year. 15 More Things To Declutter Today 1. Digital Clutter.  Take some time to unsubscribe to lists or advertisements that clutter your inbox.  I realize that it’s

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Decluttering Cookbooks: 154 Cookbooks In My Library

Sheltering in place, decluttering my cookbook library, and making a lot of sourdough bread with a 150-year-old sourdough starter. Like most people in quarantine around the world, I have been doing a lot of cooking and baking. This time at home has provided me with an opportunity to dedicate energy toward my project of cooking recipes from every cookbook that I own and then deciding whether or not I should

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10 Links To Uplift Your Spirits

An ancient discovery. A little bit of art, advice, and inspiration to uplift your spirits during these trying times. Also, let’s take up running, or not. 5,000-year-old Sword Is Discovered In A Venetian Monastery The Pope’s List of 10 Tips for Becoming a Happier Person Mark Cuban’s 4 Best Tips to Business Owners on Weathering a Downturn Do you remember this? Emotional Baby Is Moved To Tears By Mom’s Singing

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Decluttering Cookbooks: 157 Cookbooks In My Library

Sheltering in place means more time to cook and bake at home. I rediscovered a few amazing cookbooks and decluttered some cookbooks as well for someone else to enjoy. Three months into the year and I have been doing a lot of cooking and baking as I work my way through my cookbook collection. I started the year with 162 cookbooks in my library. Down from 219 when I started

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Closet Clear Out Using The One In, One Out Rule Part III

Buying new things to elevate your style? Clear out your closet at the same time using the One In, One Out Rule and declutter items that no longer suit you. Whenever I make a thoughtful purchase of clothes, shoes, or accessories that I feel fills a hole in my wardrobe or will help elevate outfits and looks, I declutter at least one item from my wardrobe in that category. As

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