“You don’t stop laughing when you grow old, you grow old when you stop laughing.” – George Bernard Shaw
Life requires a sense of humor. Like when you’re shopping and get tickled about ALL THE TAGS on the sunglasses. Bonus: my mom (shopping with me) thought I was a nut taking selfies in TJ Maxx.
from around the web
- It’s Not all Bad News: the Upside of Social Media :: Of course there are bad sides to social media, but I love these points from Micheal Hyatt.
- Menopause and Fitness :: If you are a woman 30-something or older, it’s worth your while to read. Short take-away: the more fit you are when you hit menopause, the better the whole process will go for you. But if you’ve already hit menopause, it’s not too late!
- Tips for Selling a House :: Thinking of selling a house? Helpful ideas here.
- 15 Ways to Harness Your Inner Creativity :: Even if you don’t think you’re a naturally creative person!
- 8 Things That Make You Happier :: Yep, all eight are backed by research. And most of these are pretty easy to do — so go get happy!
- BONUS: Don’t miss Kathryn’s adorable glitter phone case tutorial!
on the blog (in case you missed ’em):
- Homeschool Room 2015 :: It’s the 5th year I’ve done a post like this.
- High School Writing: Personal Statement Essay :: Planning for high school? A program worth considering — plus a special COUPON CODE!
right here at home
I’m having a great time learning more kettlebell exercises, and it’s easier to practice now that I have a couple of kettlebells here at home. I really enjoy them, partly because they give me a great workout, but also because slinging around solid cast iron feels like something a strong girl does. 😉
There are SO MANY things I need to do in regards to getting ready to start our homeschool year. I tend to stall once I’ve done the initial big-picture planning. Now I need to clean out and reorganize, then get into the specifics of planning. Mid-August is our planned start date, so I’ve still got a few weeks. Until then, I’m happily working my way through a big stack of library books!
I let my head trainer do a bit of cupping therapy on me, but I can’t say I’m a fan. In theory, it releases toxins and such from areas of the body where the cups are applied. Although many other folks at my gym (and elsewhere) swear by the results, the only result I noticed were ugly bruising and pain. But at least I tried something new!
Happy week-end, friends!
*Linking up again today with Kris’s weekly wrap-up.