Are you ready for a reset?
When I was planning out how I would write The Weekly Reset each week, I was really excited to share my passion for researching topics and curating great finds with my cherished community. I imagined a really simple format that would involve writing a short message and then sharing links to some resources I found interesting or helpful. Somehow in my execution I got a little carried away and have been packing my newsletter with too much good stuff, that is just taking waaaaay too long for me to write and assemble each week. And that isn’t what I want for either of us. I want to spend less time creating it, and for you to spend less time reading it.
The truth is, I want you to enjoy opening each of these emails and really soak in the information. I would hate for you to stop opening them because they feel overwhelming, rather than refreshing or interesting. My greatest hope is for you to feel loved on, encouraged and inspired with the things I share. So in that spirit I wanted to reset my format and offer a smaller bite of goodness each week that will make you feel like I whisked you away to this:
I was inspired by a newsletter I recently signed up for, that promised you could get it read in under 10 minutes, and I decided THAT sounded like a great goal for The Weekly Reset. I also wanted to focus on sharing fewer resources each week so you could really appreciate the gems that I doshare. Of course, I will give myself permission to share more resources if it’s called for. Let’s not get crazy, right?
So without further ado, here are the resources I am calling My Weekly 5 Roundup. Or 6, or 7, or…you get me.
The Weekly 5 Roundup
A blog post we can all identify with (cause friends don’t let friends waste stickers): Stop Saving Your Stickers
Watch this awesome (and FREE!) 3 video course on simple living from the Art of Simple.
Having trouble staying motivated? I love these tips.
I’m not good with money, but I want to be. I found this awesome post plus FREE printable for my planner. How can you go wrong with a blog post titled ‘Creating a Budget Even When You Suck at Budgeting’?
Have travel plans this spring and summer? Here are some lovely tips for Slow Travel. Eep! I am loving this slow living concept!
I hope you love this new, simple newsletter and look forward to seeing it’s little face in your inbox next week!
In the meantime, I hope your week is a wonderful one sweet friend, and you take some time for yourself to recharge when you need it. Don’t forget, the HappyPlaceClubChallenge has lots of inspiration for you to do that!
With much love,