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Weekend Reading


This week didn’t get off to a great start for me. I was sick at the beginning of the week. I don’t know if it was allergies, a summer cold, or some sort of sinus issue, but most of last weekend and Monday I was straight up miserable. Tuesday wasn’t too great either, sometimes it feels like if it can go wrong, it will go wrong. But I went to bed Tuesday determined to enjoy the rest of the week. Wednesday I went with my friend to see some live music and made sure I went to the gym. Everything has been on the upswing since that. I am going to be spending this weekend trying to get to a point where this blog is more regularly updated, so today I am leaving you with some weekend reading that I recommend!

I’ve always wanted to go to Iceland and this article about the natural pools contributing to the Icelandic people’s happiness just made me want to go 5 million times more.

I’m a total nerd for good handwriting. Is that a weird thing to say? Probably, but whatever, I’m letting my freak flag fly, and luckily other people are just as into handwriting as me, so check out these 22 examples from BuzzFeed.

Are you doing some meal planning this week? Try out one of these slow cooker meals next week so that dinner is ready as soon as you walk in from that evening workout…or happy hour. #nojudgment.

Want to spend some time ogling the men of country music? Here are 12 Country Musicians in the Gym, courtesy of

If you are looking for a book to start reading, here is EpicReads list of the most anticipated young adult books being released in June. Personally, I’m really looking forward to Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley, pre-order it here. I’m also looking forward to The Foxe and the Hound by R.S. Grey, which is an adult romance book that I am DYING to read.

So there you go, sit back read some articles and enjoy a peaceful Saturday breakfast like the one I made last week.


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