– Christine from Holistic with Humor writes about 6 Ways to Stop Glorifying Being Busy. She writes about we bring on excessive busyness by not setting good boundaries and by an attitude of “I’m totally full of myself and think the world revolves around me?”
– Around the World Food has a feature about how she has made the switch to traveling with carry on luggage only, after never believing that would be possible. She even includes an item by item list of everything that’s in her very tiny bag. Bravo on the simple living! What’s in my Bag?
She has another feature about how she snags amazing bargains by being flexible and having a sense of adventure. Here is her story about saving over $400 by using Priceline’s name your own price feature to book a transcon flight the day before her travel.
– Psychologist Mary E. Pritchard, Ph.D writes a very personal post about her own eating disorder. Quite a big confession from someone who is a professional food researcher.
– Happiness writer Gretchen Rubin writes a post classifying “Are you a satisficer or a maximizer?”
Satisficers are people who will stop researching when they have found an option that meets their basic criteria. Maximizers are people who keep doing endless research before they want the absolute best option available.