Here’s the first edition of Link Love for 2015… and all of the articles are from 2014!
We’ll get on to more timely matters next week, but I truly feel like these posts are timeless and relevant.
I am so excited to add some extra elements to these Link Love posts: my top 5 pins of the week and while I occasionally included a great Youtube video, I’ve found so many gems recently that I think that will become a regular addition to these Saturday Shares.
Oh, and here’s a picture of me forgetting how to take a selfie:
Top Ten Links of the Week
After reading this post, I wrote down the words: “I love you as you are, exactly as you are.” This is my mantra for 2015.
Very essential knowledge: how to make a skate balance board.
After the holidays, there very often seems to be a bit of toy overwhelm. This is an older post, but I think it’s truly thought provoking — Why I Took All My Kids Toys Away.
After some awkward holiday introductions, I think this is worth sharing.
Two words that will transform your family — or at least how you think about them.
There is something that I have been neglecting as a single parent, and want to be intentional about incorporating into my day with my daughter… rough-housing!
Have you heard of the new “Bulletproof Coffee” fad? I’m genuinely curious to try it!
In a world where accolades and awards seem to be the goal, and not a byproduct of success, I find it interesting why Michelin-star rated chefs are giving back their stars.
I try not to talk about the act and intention of blogging too much, but this piece by The Art of Simple is too good not to share.
This piece in the New York Times about raising moral children hits every nail on the head.
Top Pins of the Week
Flower garden play dough, to foster dreams of Spring.
Biplane cupcakes. Of course, we’ll have a lesson in perseverance and aerodynamics in learning the story of the Wright Bothers before we indulge. Naturally.
Pumpkin ravioli with brown butter sauce. (I’m so excited to try this – my favourite Italian restaurant discontinued their squash ravioli with brown butter sauce, so clearly I need to take measures into my own hands.)
This sound marble run is brilliant.
I’m so excited to try some drum games with my little fourth generation drummer. She is so eager to learn, yet I have no idea where to start.
Top Video of the Week
This “Blank Space parody” from What’s Up Moms! has been stuck in my head all week. Now it can be stuck in yours, too!
Please, share your top links, pins, and videos from the week!