Tiny Homes

Photography by Tammy Strobel; reclaimed desk

{Every week, I share a roundup of happy links because these resources have inspired me to make positive changes in my life. I hope they motivate and inspire you, too! Enjoy.}

Thanks for the positive comments and emails about our recent move! I appreciate each blog comment, email, tweet, and Facebook message that comes my way. Thank you for being awesome and supportive!

We’re settling into our new abode, and we feel happy and content. The cats are doing great, too. They always adjust quickly to new spaces, which continues to surprise me. Our cats are resilient companions.

I’ve gotten a lot of requests for a photo tour of our new apartment. I will share photos of our new abode sometime in November (maybe sooner). Please be patient. In the meantime, I’ll be sharing photos of our tiny apartment on Instagram and other social media sites. You can follow my adventures on Instagram over here.

Now onto this week’s happy links …

Our closet smells like mothballs, so I purchased a few lavender sachets after I read this article: One of Our Closets Has a Mothball Smell. Should We Try to Fix It?

I use the Envira Gallery plugin to create photo galleries on RowdyKittens.com. A few weeks ago, the lovely folks at Envira released new features that enhance the plugin. For example, now I can integrate my Instagram gallery into my photography page. Check it out.

Check Austin Mann’s review of the iPhone 6s.

So powerful: A dirty secret called grief.

Amanda redesigned her website! It’s inspiring and playful. It makes me want to redesign my website.

Death, Sex & Money is one of my favorite podcasts because it covers deep and meaningful stories. Their recent episode—An Astronaut’s Husband, Left Behind—was powerful and it made me cry.

I’m a fan of Tyler’s writing and website, Riskology. I really enjoyed his recent post about writing. I use a similar system for short and long writing projects, and it’s improved my work.

With gratitude,

P. S. During 2016, I am partnering with my favorite writers and simple living advocates! We are offering a year long e-course called A Simple Year: 12 Months of Guided Simplicity.

a simple year

Topics covered include clutter, work, money, relationships, cooking, fitness, and more. I hope you’ll join us for the course.

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