Welcome back to Peace, Love, Link Up! Word must be getting around about our little linky, because last week we set a new record number of links with 74! You guys make this happen, so with that in mind, here’s a heartfelt thanks!
Despite almost breaking the record number days in a heat wave earlier this month, I can feel a definite chill to the air some nights. It may be too early to get excited about, but not too early to think about. FALL! Overpriced pumpkin spice lattes, apple picking, and mulled cider are just a few of things that I love about this season coming up. But before I get caught up in all that mania, there’s one more cookout to be had! I guess the lazy days of summer are winding down!
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Welcome to the 14th installment of Peace, Love, Linkup! We set a record best number of links last week! A big thank you to not only the new and returning bloggers, but to all that help promote this little linky by displaying our button or letting people know this is one of the places that you party. A little love goes a long way in the blogging community, after all!
Speaking of community, it’s the Fourth of July weekend! Since I was little, the Fourth has been about going with the family to a local road race and parade, and then relaxing and eating BBQ with friends. What are some traditions that you all participate in? Let me know in the comments below!
A big and heartfelt congratulations need to go out to everyone for not only surviving the workweek, but making it to Summer’s first long weekend! I hope that this Memorial Day brings you all quality time with friends and family and a chance to make festive decor and tasty foods. Last week’s linkup brought a whole bunch of great recipes, inspired upcycles, and handy DIY tips. Cheers to all of you out there and welcome to the new people joining! Let’s all have a fantastic week!
It’s Friday once again! We’ve had absolutely gorgeous weather in the northeast this past week, so of course now that it’s the weekend, it’s going to be raining! Oh well, you win some you lose some. This link party is gaining momentum every week; last week had a whopping 59! You guys are awesome, and I love seeing all the fabulous content from new and returning bloggers. So a big thank you and let’s get to sharing!
New Englanders are all about seafood and thanksgiving sandwiches, and mom/pop eateries. Of course we have our chain restaurants, with their delicious menus that are the same everywhere you go to in all 50 states. However, if you are ever in the South Shore of Massachusetts and are looking for great local eateries, we have compiled a list of our favorites for your consideration.
We didn’t have a traditional winter in Massachusetts this year, at least in terms of snowfall. But what we lacked in the fluffy stuff we more than made up for with cold depressing grey days. But that’s finally done with! Spring, and my allergies, have arrived! Finally we can all brush the dust off our lives and get outside and active again. But what do we do with this newfound freedom? Fear no more and look no further, because I have made an A-Z list of some of my favorite activities to fully enjoy the rest of Spring and all 100 days of summer!
Montreal: the North American version of Paris. The best part is that Montreal is about 6 hours from where we live in Southeast Massachusetts. That makes it perfect to sneak off to on the weekend! Not to mention that because we don’t have to fly, it cuts the cost almost in half. We didn’t have more than a vague idea of what we wanted to do when we arrived. Having this non-agenda made it so we discovered a couple of hidden gems that make us long to go back someday soon! These are a few of them:
Nowadays we’re always in a rush, on a budget, and disconnected from what is going on in the world. We often lose sight of the things that matter, and focus more on who wore what, why they posted that, and when the next follow spree is. Here are a few cheap date ideas where you can take the focus off of Instagram, and put it into your loved one.
Hello!! What better way to kick off a blog than to make a bucket list and take you on my journey of completing it! I’ve seen this all over Pinterest, and I was thinking about how great of an idea it is, so here goes.
Complete 101 preset tasks in a period of 1001 days.
Tasks must be specific (ie. no ambiguity in the wording) with a result that is either measurable or clearly defined. All tasks must be reachable and require some sort of effort.
Why 1001 Days?
Many people have created lists in the past — frequently simple goals such as new year’s resolutions. The key to beating procrastination is to set a deadline that is realistic. 1001 Days (about 2.75 years) is a better period of time than a year, because it allows you several seasons to complete the tasks, which is better for organizing and timing some tasks such as overseas trips or outdoor activities.