Saturday Sharing is a weekly feature where I share my favorite posts from around the web. And I’m linking up at The Ultimate Rabbit Hole, so be sure to check it out!
“On the whole, it seems, people don’t believe writers exist. Perhaps they used to exist, back when Mark Twain was still kicking, but now they’re relatively extinct. And if they do exist, they only write novels. And if they don’t write novels, then maybe they write commercial jingles or advice columns for O Magazine, or, you know — something…famous.”
Some cool packing advice from Briana.
And Audrey shares her fall packing capsule. So many cute outfit ideas!
I enjoyed Francine’s thoughts on fast fashion and how she would like to see a slow fashion movement.
“The great thing about bravery is that it’s not some one-size-fits-all situation.” Truth!
Anne says that good things take time.
“I regularly used the mantra, “I am a speck of sand” when I would feel the fears welling up, worrying about what people thought of me, assuming the worst. Even as my blog grew, I still knew I was a speck of sand. There are millions of blogs out there, millions who are bigger, more famous than mine. I am only a speck of sand and all that matters is that little bit of beach (or corner of someone’s shoe) where I reside.”
Sarah gives us 29 ways to actually enjoy winter. I know I’ll be needing these!
“Most of all, I remember that the actions of the few do not reflect the views of the many, and that there is still love and light and hope and good in this world.“