Link Love | Planning and Organizing

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Bows&Beau-ties, Link Love, Planning, Organizing, Travel, New Years Resolution

By now many 'New Years Resolutions' have disappeared, but it's never too late to start planning and organizing.

In my blog reading this week I learned how to budget for traveling, get organized at home, make yummy and healthy new meals, and how to avoid burning out doing things I love.

Brooke over at World of Wanderlust has traveled pretty much everywhere. It's hard not to start packing your suitcase just looking at her photos from countless countries. You can explore her site through a dropbox of different travel tips of traveling solo or living abroad or see her destination spotlights from everywhere between Africa, Asia, Europe, or the USA. In her post of Everything you need to know to about Solo Travel, she wrote "believe you can and you're half way there" which is super inspiring, but maybe I'm not quite adventurous enough to sell all my stuff and pack a suitcase like she did right after graduating college. So if like me, you're more of a planner, she shared some great tips about cutting expenses and saving for travel.

Believe you can and you're half way there.

Megan at Honey We're Home is about halfway through her top 10 organization challenge of organizing different parts of her house. It's a bit more motivating to work and live in a clean and organized space, but it can be hard to tackle the whole house at the same time. Her list and before and after photos along with tips to store all your stuff in an orderly way help a ton. In her linen closet and medicine cabinet post she showed that some tasks were really pretty simple, but made a big difference in the end.

While you're budgeting and cleaning it can be hard to plan meals, but PopSugar has a huge directory of yummy and healthy meals and a printable meal schedule so you can grocery shop smarter and avoid going out to eat. I'm especially looking forward to trying this Sesame Ginger Kale Quinoa Blueberry Salad.

Along with physical and dietary health it's important not to forget mental health and balance in your life. When we're so busy with work and even our hobbies we love, sometimes we need what Meg (guest blogging on Kory Woodard, but from The Hummingbird Life) called, a mind reset. She wrote a few tips and things to reflect on when you need to re-energize or re-focus.

Stay Fabulous,
xoxo Aimee 


  1. This menu is really great, I need one to keep my healthy regimen in check. Thanks for suggesting this! :) xo~ Lena


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