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Weekend Reading

Happy weekend and happy Spring Break- at least to us. I have some Spring Break PTSD as last year we got out for Spring Break and didn’t go back until September but I’m hopeful that won’t happen again. We don’t have TONS of plans this weekend just hopefully enjoying some family time. Andrew and I do have a day date planned for Saturday which I am so excited about. We haven’t had a date since October and this will only be our second date out in 13 months! But first, weekend reading.

weekend reading

Weekend Reading

What we’ve been up to:

This week was A LOT. It started Sunday with me having to take Charlotte to urgent care. She’s fine now. Monday we were playing outside and we noticed she was having an allergic reaction to something in the grass. She’s also fine now from that. I spent the week trying to get ahead because Liam has spring break next week. He also starts soccer soon!!

Posts and articles I loved this week:

17 books to read with your BFF

What we learned from the Harry and Meghan interview with Oprah

21 Podcasts that celebrate women’s history

6 Things to try if you’re  hitting that pandemic wall

The most anticipated books of spring

15 organizations to support during women’s history month

The Piers Morgan and Meghan Markle drama explained

I really look forward to watching Judas and the Black Messiah 

I so relate to this

The best bagels in America– the content we need

How to get over your fear of failure 

Love this reflective article on 25 things she wished she had done before 30

The real meaning of self-care

On my wish list:

I am on the hunt for new athletic socks and I am thinking of trying Bombas

In the market for a new cardholder and thinking of splurging on this as a birthday gift to myself

Blog posts you might have missed:

Monthly Wellness Series Month Three- self care

Best Beach Reads For 2021

How To: Pantry Organization For A Small Pantry

What are you up to this weekend?

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  1. Brandy wrote:

    I love that title “How to Get Over the Fear of Failure”. That might be one I need to add to my list. I enjoy your weekend reading lists.

    Published 3.12.21
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  2. Jennifer Prince wrote:

    Oh no! I am glad that Charlotte is ok now. That sounds like it was scary!

    Published 3.15.21
  3. I can’t wait to grab this one!!! The fear of failure will lead to failure for sure!!! I am so excited to read it actually. Thanks for the reco.

    Published 3.15.21
  4. Stephanie wrote:

    I’m so sorry that you had an allergic reaction scare with Charlotte, but I’m glad to hear that she’s alright now! Lots of great reads for the weekend and throughout the week here 🙂

    Published 3.15.21
  5. Precisely what I was searching for, thanks for putting up.

    Published 3.15.21
  6. The weather was so nice last week! It definitely felt like spring! I need to check out that post about hitting the pandemic wall. I definitely feel like I’m hitting it over and over haha.

    Published 3.16.21
  7. Deborah wrote:

    I clicked on the link to the most anticipated books for spring so fast! Can’t wait to get reading!

    Published 3.17.21