Link Love: A Little Reading for Finals Week

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     Every week, I curate a list of the best links and articles to make you think and keep you informed. Enjoy!

Every week, I curate a list of the best links and articles to make you think and keep you informed. Enjoy!

So, this week I thought I'd start the week with some link love for my friends who need something to distract them from finals. 

What I read last week:

Popery (Catholicism/Spirituality/Religion):

Pens/Pencils/Stationery:  

Paperbacks (Reading, Books, and Writing):

Life in General:

Money:

Academia, Education, and Teaching: 

Simplicity and Minimalism:

  • Clutter Blindness and How Doing This One Thing Can Make all the Difference (Organizing Junkie): I definitely suffer from clutter blindness, but I have noticed lately how when everything is picked up and put away that my small space seems so much larger. I have been thinking about getting rid of more tchotchkes, but I haven't acted on it because most of the tchotchkes that I have were gifts with sentimental value (I don't buy those kinds of things myself). Some good thoughts here. 

Environmentalism, Farming, Food, Health, and Nutrition: