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Hello!

I’m Tammy Strobel. Thanks for visiting my digital home!

I write about living simply, creativity, everyday adventures, and more. Hope you have a nice stay!

I’m back from my blogging break with exciting news!

{Every week, I share a round-up 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.}

I’m back from my blogging break with exciting news and a few happy links!

Everyday Adventures 2016 Wall Calendar & Planner

With the help of an amazing designer, Debbie O'Byrne, we created a beautiful 2016 wall calendar and planner called "Everyday Adventures." Both are designed to help you cultivate a sense of adventure in your daily life.

Originally, I was going to launch the wall calendar and planner on the first day of fall. However, the project is complete, and I decided to send it out into the world earlier this week. You can learn about the wall calendar and planner here.

It's always scary to send new products into the world, and my stomach is doing flip-flops. With that being said, I'm proud of the planner and calendar. They turned out beautifully. I hope you like them, too.

Write to Flourish: A Beginner’s Guide to Journaling

After receiving dozens of email inquires about my online journaling course, I decided to teach the class during October.

If you are a beginning journaler, a dabbler, or a seasoned writer looking to reboot your writing practice, Write to Flourish is for you! My goal is to empower you to write in your journal for 20 minutes every day. I do this by offering tips, tools, and resources during the three-week class.

When you register for the online course, you’ll receive a free copy of my 2016 Everyday Adventures Planner!

Read the course description and register here.

Next week, I’ll share an in-depth post about what I learned during my blogging break, so stay tuned. Now, onto this week’s happy links!

I’m reading: Cycletherapy: Grief and Healing on Two Wheels, Rising Strong, and Hands Free Life. Also, my sister-in-law collaborated on a new book—INCI—and it’s out! I’m looking forward to reading it.

I was inspired by Jess’s interview with Bea Johnson, of Zero Waste Home. I’m going to buy Bea’s book and try some of the tips she mentioned on the podcast.

I loved reading about Laura Vanderkam’s morning routine.

Instagram has new features!

So good: "Hipster Barbie is so much better at Instagram than you."

This article made me laugh and wonder if my cats ever miss me: "Think your cat misses you? It's probably just pissed off."

Yes to this: "The Big Quiet."

Brené Brown on vulnerability and homerun TED Talks.

With gratitude,

Tammy

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