Monthly Coffee: My Favorite Blog Posts from May
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Welcome to the Monthly Coffee, a little linky party hosted by me and Miss Angie from My So-Called Chaos.
This party is all about sharing those fabulous blogs that you’ve read this month. Let’s grow our blogger community by sharing the best posts you’ve come across. You’ll find new blogs to read, and we’ll all make new friends.
So pour yourself a steamy beverage, grab the button and share your favorite reads this month.
That said, here were my favorite reads lately:
I’ve been reading Cassie from Blogilates and following her youtube workout videos off and on for years. It has been really awesome to watch her mature in her body image, and it’s changed the tone of her blog and workouts. This post on what strong really means resonated with me. I train jujitsu for some of the same reasons; I like who I and how I feel after a good class.
Speaking of strong, I don’t think any of us could look at what Ida Keeling has accomplished and not be inspired. At age 100, this woman is a national running champion and is still setting new goals for herself. She is amazing.
I’ll admit that I haven’t jumped on the Uber train. I’ve been a fare exactly once, and I don’t even have the app on my phone. Partly because we haven’t travelled much in the last year so there’s not much need for ride-sharing at all. Since we have quite a few friends who are big fans of the service (and a few who drive for Uber), I enjoyed Karen’s article on ways to be a stand-out passenger; it helped me understand the service better.
As we’ve been working toward decluttering our home, I’ve been on the hunt for ways to make my home office more efficient. Krystal from Sunny Sweet Days never disappoints, and she has some practical tips to have a productive and beautiful home office space.
Now that summer is on the horizon, travel is on our minds. I have a couple road trips in mind for the summer, and having the vehicle ready is part of the plan. Busy Being Jennifer has you covered if you’re building your vehicle’s emergency kit.
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