Lovely Internet 10.3.14
1. It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. This is something near and dear to my heart, and my guess is yours too. There is so much value in prevention and early detection.
2. I like Grace’s take on blogger burnout. This past Wednesday marked my 6th year of blogging and if I’m being totally honest, sometimes I feel completely burnt out. But sometimes I love it more than anything, and those moments outweigh the negative ones, which is all I need to keep moving forward.
3. The more successful I have become the more I have felt the impact of imposter syndrome. It’s something I’ve struggled with for as long as I can remember, and I’m very conscious of how it has woven its way into my psyche. These tips on overcoming it seem like a great way to start, I am going to make an effort to focus on giving myself honest credit for my accomplishments.
4. The class issues related to eating healthy.
5. Growing up table manners were paramount. Here’s a refresher.
6. This is for you, Naoise.
7. “You seem to think that right now is the most you will ever love each other, like you only get one tank of gas for the long trip of marriage. You’ve never considered the possibility that love will grow.” I’ve found that my love for Dan has grown and deepened in the most amazing ways the past five years. I can only imagine where it will be in five, ten, fifty years. As a child of a particularly toxic divorce I could absolutely relate to this essay on marriage, the confusion and hesitation and, in our case, the reward.
8. The problems with Thug Kitchen being written by white people.
9. Holy smokes, guys. Emily has outdone herself.
10. What my backyard probably needs is a fire pit.
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Shannon03.10.2014 at 15:07
I like the link on imposter syndrome. When I was in grad school, the university actually had workshops on it for anyone who felt like they didn’t belong where they were. They were well attended to say the least. For what it’s worth, I love your website! Keep doin what you do :)
Emily Hilliard06.10.2014 at 12:39
<3 Someday we'll really have to get together for pretzels and sausages and mustard and beer!
Elena Rosemond-Hoerr06.10.2014 at 12:53
Yes! It will happen!