Linky Link: What I’m reading these days (and you might enjoy, too)

I know–it’s been way too long since I posted here. I’ve been crazy busy with requests for custom mood boards, and personal life planning stuff, and, also, there’s the day job… But I’ve missed you!

While I can’t yet share the boards (though, trust me, they’re good and include a really yummy patent leather ottoman), I thought I’d pop in with a round up of some of my newest favorite blogs.

Spring
At Spring, they’ve got some crazy-gorgeous pdfs for planning out your adventures, like the charming “Goal Game.” Plus, the four lovely bloggers behind the site all record themed videos which are both inspirational and motivating. It’s an all-around delightful hangout.

Just One Week
Just One Week chronicles Erin’s efforts to implement new habits which is such a terrific idea. Of course, what gets measured gets done and all that, but more than that, it makes for really encouraging reading, to know that most of us are working steadily to improve our lives and ourselves, one day (or in this case, one week) at a time.

Penelope Loves Lists
I’m no Penelope. Though I aim to be organized, my desk is almost always messy (though I do straighten up before calling it a day). But the awesome thing about the site Meredith is creating is that you don’t have to be an impeccable planner to feel welcome. She shares awesome tips and strategies, and so much of herself, on this really lovely blog that it makes it a delightful read with a cup of tea.

So, those are three of my favs, do you have a blog you adore that you’d like to share?

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10 Responses to Linky Link: What I’m reading these days (and you might enjoy, too)

  1. Jen says:

    I’ve been really enjoying Megan’s posts at http://ideaschema.org/–she offers great brainstorming tips that keep me on my creative toes.

  2. Izzy says:

    Thanks for the link to the goal sheets–that looks like just the thing to add to my strategy binder this year!

  3. Izzy says:

    Oops–so excited by the sheets I forgot to share my favorite. I love Alicia’s blog at http://www.rosylittlethings.typepad.com.

  4. Pamela says:

    I hadn’t seen any of these before–thank you for sharing them. They all have such gorgeous designs, to boot! I’m new to blogs, so you probably know this one, but I really like thepioneerwoman.com.

  5. Jen @GDH says:

    Mine! 😉 I also really enjoy Kim’s blog on dog health http://www.bark-n-blog.com/ and love http://www.thebrightsideproject.com for their great giveaways.
    .-= Jen @GDH’s last blog: Allergies and the dogs we love =-.

  6. Jo Jo says:

    Thanks for the shout-out for Penelope! I’m pretty Penelope-ish, so it’s nice to share OCD moments and get new ideas+inspriation.

  7. Thanks so much for the great mention today, Jessica! I love what you’re doing on GirlyPC.com, to!
    .-= Meredith from Penelope Loves Lists’s last blog: Assignment: purse de-clutter, or do this now, you’ll be glad you did later =-.

  8. Thanks so much for the Spring mention, Jessica! Love the other blogs you mentioned on this list, too – I’ve already spent some time in both places. You’re awesome.

  9. Erin says:

    Thank you! This is incredibly flattering and really made my week. 🙂

  10. Jessica says:

    I’m thrilled you’re all enjoying the list! Makes me feel a bit less guilty about being so MIA lately… And welcome Michelle and Erin–how delightful of you both to stop by.

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