Happy Friday, everyone! Today is my last day of work for the year, and I am sooo ready for the break! Tomorrow D and I will be making the long drive back to Tennessee to spend the next couple of weeks with our families. I’m so thankful that he’s able to go home for a few days since he wasn’t able to for Thanksgiving. And he realized he hasn’t been in Tennessee since May which is so weird to think about.
Anyway, if you’ve been following my blog for the last few years, you may know this, but if not: I’ll be taking all of next week off from blogging. I absolutely love this space, but spending the valuable time connecting and making memories with our families is very important to me. Don’t worry though, I’ll be back the following week with some fun 2014 wrap up posts.
While I’m gone, here are some great posts to help get you through:
Jessica shared a festive desktop wallpaper. The month might be almost over, but you can never have too much festive decor around you!
This holiday season D and I will officially be making decisions about investing, so this post from GoGirl Finance via the Levo League on how to start investing is super beneficial.
I love this foolproof strategy to know what content to create from Leah. If you’re trying to plan posts, services, and products for the new year, you’re going to want to read this post!
Kathleen of Braid Creative shared a great reminder: it’s okay to start small. I totally relate to what she wrote here. Although it’s hard to not get caught up in the comparison game, it’s important to keep your eyes on your own paper sometimes!
Amber shared her design process this week. This is probably what the design process looks like for many people. A few little things here in there in her process also make appearances in my own process.
And in case you missed, Melanie interviewed me for her blog this week! I am always so honored when people want to interview me, and I was excited to share answers to some different questions!
And just like that – I’ll see you guys in the last week of the month! I hope y’all have a wonderful holiday – regardless of the one you celebrate!