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Inspiring Links: Relaxation, Comparisons & More

{Every week, I publish a small round-up of my favorite articles, books, photos, and other goodies. Enjoy!}

A super, super awesome project.

– Such a good reminder about relaxation and a few thoughts on Goldilocks too.

Go ahead and don’t — you’ll be glad you did.

– A very lovely plastic free book.

– Fun ideas for sharing Instagram photos.

This is rad; a big thanks to Katie for posting Tomboy Style on twitter.

Don’t compare.

I got a hot date.

– A very lovely sketch book.

Have a great weekend and please share your own inspiring links in the comments section. What did you read during the week that made you smile?

Be well,
Tammy

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  • Wendy May 25, 2012, 6:43 am

    After much hard work, I launched http://www.mybelovedmug.com this past Wednesday and I’ve been enjoying seeing and reading about people’s favorite mugs. There is a lot of mug love out there! It makes me smile! BTW – Thank you for posting about the “I’m Fine, Thanks” Kickstarter campaign. I backed it and can’t wait to see it!

  • Aime Lopez May 25, 2012, 11:46 pm

    Lovely post today Tammy!!!, I start reading this little book I found and love it!!

    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/keeping-life-simple-karen-levine/1007075581?ean=9780760738368

    hope you like it!! 😉

    Have a nice weekend!!! 😉

  • Ryan N May 26, 2012, 8:01 pm

    When I start taking life too seriously your blog always snaps me back to what’s important. I dig the go ahead and don’t piece.

  • Rose Byrd May 29, 2012, 1:08 pm

    Tammy, I have been especially blessed and inspired by shared links from BelieveOutLoud posted by my son, David Harris, on his Facebook page. Also, I know you and Logan would enjoy the article about Your Dekalb Farmers’ Market in LoafingTimeAtlanta, as seen on my daugther-in-law, Catherine Harris’ Facebook timeline. Do you have such wonderfully authentic and diverse farmers’ markets in N. California and/or Portland?

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