Weekend wisdom: Going to bed early is how adults sleep in. – Laura Vanderkam
My version of heaven.
Last weekend, I sat in a noisy cafe with the sun beaming in and had a little party … alone. I drank the coffee, read a suspenseful book and wrote some words that had been swirling around. It didn’t take long before the noise of people ordering their breakfast, chatting with each other and stirring their warm beverages turned into a calming hum. I love noticing that moment when my brain takes all of the dings and laughs and clatter and turns it into soothing background music. It’s heavenly.
Ok … onto the favorites.
Ready for a closet clean-out. Here’s your guide.
Revenge spending is hard to stop. (NYT)
Considering a life without alcohol? Read this new book.
If this resonates, it’s time to put you first.
I just finished reading this and listening to this.
5 types of boundaries you need in your life.
Start the day in a good mood with this feel good morning mix.
The Decluttering Burst: a challenge to help you get rid of 100 items in less than an hour.
My hands were empty, my head was up, and I was duty bound not to be busy.
99 things to do instead of reaching for your phone.
This is my not-to-do list for the month.
This is still my wish for you.
Everyone messes up. This is how to say you’re sorry.
31 useful ways to simplify this month.
If you are ready to get out there and enjoy springtime, try one of these 12 activities.
5 steps to trick yourself into going to bed earlier
A simple digital declutter checklist (to tidy up your digital life).
How to find microjoys when everything is bad and you are not okay.
If you want a cleaner kitchen but don’t have lots of time, these 8 mini-tasks will help.
Today’s Instagram favorite is from @yung_pueblo with a great reminder that you feel your feelings and welcome your emotions all while considering your response.
I hope you enjoy this edition of Weekend Favorites and have a beautiful, slow, loving weekend.