I so appreciate and love reading all of the comments you leave on the blog and my social media. You are my inspiration! Up on the blog this week is a step-by-step tutorial outlining how to post a comment if you don’t already know how to do so. I can’t wait to hear from more of you! And if you need a little distraction this week, check out my favorite links from around the web…
"Menopause is not an illness, is not a thing to be fixed."
Another mood lifter, I promise: Joan Jett performing MTM's theme song.
How to decorate in primary colors.
I had no idea who Brad was until the other night at 3 am when I couldn’t sleep and made the mistake of checking Twitter. Am now a fan. Kudos Bon Appetit!
All you writers might appreciate Shirley Jackson’s advice for writers.
This bathroom is so moody, I could see Edgar Allan Poe ducking a party in here, jotting down couplets.
Anthropologie, the store described as the cradle in which Zoe Deschanel was born, has teamed up with Farrow and Ball to create a palette of to-die-for paint colors.
I want to try this in my tiny reading room.
Now this is inspired teaching: flashback Friday to this 1970s California classroom.
C’mon fabric hoarders, this would be a fun way to use that extra yardage.
Just got turned onto this artist. Swoon! A little modern day Gaughin going on.
Tips on buying art. Hint: BUY REAL ART!
From Vogue Magazine, "Living Yard Sale to Yard Sale With My Mother".
This spot is not far from home. Who wants to sneak in with me??
Plus, a reader comment:
Says Ellen Hildebrand on improving our communication: Thanks Mithra, did you know it is 60 times harder for a person over 50 to learn something new than a twenty year old. Technology and menopause, Yikes! If I am able to learn it I will no doubt forget it soon after. Silver lining is I get to watch all my great movies again and again. North and South is on Netflix XO
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