This morning, like every Sunday I received an e-mail from Dear Husband. It was not a love letter and nothing slightly romantic, but an e-mail with links to articles he stumbled upon on the net and thought I might like to read. I love that weekly e-mail and love find out what he found for me to read that week (and in my book that is actually a bit romantic).
There is so much great stuff out there. So many interesting ideas and good reads. Unfortunately, we can’t possibly read it all. Here are, though, some of the things I enjoyed this past week and thought you might too.
Saw something interesting as well and want to share? Leave me a comment and will love to read it!
Great article from Seth Godin about the phenomenon of shopping (as opposed to buying):
Shopping (sethgodin.typepad.com)2. On how we dress does have some influence on the way we feel about ourselves:
On how we dress does have some influence on the way we feel about ourselves:
How You Dress Does Affect How You Feel (thebehavioralgap.com)
This could be great news for all us parents that worry about what we pass on to our kids. Interesting read, but not sure that I buy it ;-):
On why we probably should focus less on the pursuit for happiness in order to really achieve it:
Does Trying to Be Happy Make Us Unhappy? (medium.com)
Very interesting thoughts on the life versus work balance:
The life-changing magic of reimagining our relationship with our work (modernmrsdarcy.com)
Have a great week!