October 6, 2017

I Love Lists

I LOVE LISTS // a collection of links from the 'net on Shutterbean.com

Welcome to I LOVE LISTS. It’s Friday, let’s surf the internet together.

  1. Hello, future me.
  2. What Not to Say to a New Mom with Postpartum Depression
  3. I want to live in this house
  4. No kidding…
  5. This made me laugh so hard.  This also- PAPYRUS
  6. I’ve never wanted a greenhouse until now.
  7. Anyone else watch Jeopardy? This guy was hilarious.
  8. Oprah, the farmer!
  9. I am so glad that I didn’t grow up with this.
  10. A little bit about creepy Hugh Hefner.
  11. AMEN
  12. My favorite pens- Part 1 and Part 2
  13. You can visit horror movie locations in real life.
  14. Advice on how to spend less online.
  15. A story of how to make brown sugar from scratch. Thanks Maj!
  16. Why digital notetaking will never replace the physical journal. YES.
  17. How to get kids to really talk about their day at school.
  18. If you have a mosquito buzzing around your room at night. 
  19. Goodbye, middle class, goodbye TGI Fridays.
  20. Book alert:  Feed the Resistance /Braving the Wilderness /A Glorious Freedom
  21. A house made of shipping containers. Interesting.
  22. Jealousy will kill your creative freedom.
  23. Tom Petty was a music video innovator. RIPhave a great weekend!
  • Colleen

    I had postpartum for 3 years. Horrible, heartbreaking, wouldn’t wish it on anyone. Thank you for sharing that link.

  • Cristina

    Tracy, Your blog is beautiful! You have inspired me to start being more creative! Thank You!!

  • Shawna

    Just got my copy of both Feed the Resistance and Braving the Wilderness.The Baked Oatmeal and Apple Squares are in the oven as I type this. Julia Turshen is my cooking girlfriend. 🙂

  • Alicia A

    I had my 2nd child at 42 and was having prepartum and postpartum.I did have good bonding with her though. I didn’t know how to tell anyone what I was going through, I felt like a horrible mother. I didn’t want to hear anyone say anything from that list. I nursed her for 18mos. and then I went for help. My doctor said it was about time I asked. That was very hard for me to do, but I am glad I finally did. Now she is almost 12 and a very bright girl and much like her older sister. thank you for listening

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