A few things I enjoyed from around the web this week:
Whenever my family goes on a road trip, I like to buy coffee out but bring breakfast, and it’s usually something like bacon-egg-cheese muffins. I found this recipe for Frittata Breakfast Sandwiches that looked genius. The eggs are baked in a baking sheet. Great for a crowd! I can’t bear the thought of wasting eggs so I’ll cut mine into squares (instead of rounds) and serve them inbetween toasted, gluten-free bread.
Fiona Ferris, author of Thirty Chic Days and other books, has recently released a new one called Financially Chic. I hope she releases it in paperback form because I would love to read it, but I dislike ebooks. She is sharing tips from the book on her YouTube channel. More here.
One Simple Phrase that Will Change Your Thoughts (and Spare Some Pain) – I read this post a long time ago, but I’m glad someone mentioned it again. Great article, and I have used this technique many times in my life. Hint: it’s all about the stories we tell ourselves.
Oldies but goodies from this blog:
What the happiest moms do before breakfast – I’ve been thinking about mornings a lot lately. Through the years I’ve become convinced that mornings are vital to the success of the day. If I can’t do my morning routine, I feel “off” all day. I’ve been getting up before my kids for years because my mental health is more important than sleeping in.
A perfect day – have you ever done this exercise? I’ve often seen this advice in books about personal growth. What would your perfect day look like?
The trouble with Mama Berenstain – does anyone else recognize this tendency in themselves? Guilty!
Last week’s contest winner was Heather C. The book is on its way to her today. Thanks for entering!