Morning, friends! Hope y’all are having a great weekend so far. I’m gearing up for a few very busy weeks filled with lots of travel for work, so this weekend at our house has been all about taking it easy: we got a new rug for the bedroom, tackled some organization projects, and I perfected my morning glory pumpkin muffin recipe (coming at you here SOON!) I’m finding that the more hectic things get during the work week, the more I crave unscheduled time at home on the weekend – it really rejuvenates me for the week ahead and (I think) is the antidote to burnout. Last night we finally watched the Fred Rogers documentary, and talk about inspiring. Here was a life that was all about slowing down and being in service to others; seeing the good in every person and speaking love straight into their hearts. Can’t recommend it highly enough, and if you’ve already seen it, I’d love to hear your thoughts! As usual, hope you enjoy my favorite reads from around the web this week…
How bilingualism has major health benefits for your brain.
Help relieve anxiety with these foods.
This is how you should actually be washing your hair.
Three kid-delighting and stealth-healthy school lunches.
Why you’re never too young to start building your legacy.
This French restaurant in Maine asked their diners to make reservations the old-fashioned way, and you won’t believe what happened.
This relaxing color you’ll want in your home for fall.
The importance of oversharing, and talking about mental health.
Trick your tastebuds to start craving healthy foods!
How to mix high end items with inexpensive decor like a pro.
And a few fun things you may have missed!
I am loving these inspiring podcasts right now.
A southern supper with this Ausin-based interior designer.
5 easy ways to take control of your finances.
These enchilada stuffed zucchini boats will satisfy your Mexican food cravings.
This one small change could help you sleep better.