16: November Link Love

Around the Interwebs

How America lost dinner. Dinner is more than eating food. 

Why you never see your friends anymore. This, or you know, you move 6000 miles away.

How millennials became the burnout generation.

The end of California as we know it? (ugh)

Love is not a permanent state of enthusiasm. Great article.

Around the blogosphere

What’s your ‘Sliding doors’ moment? OMG. I have thought  about this so often. What if I hadn’t done the exchange semester in CA? Where would I be now?

How to store, freeze and refresh bread . Some good advice here.

Awww. An Unexpected Story of Love at First Sight. Read this if you need something to make you feel good.


Thanksgiving Decorating Ideas (Nope, no Christmas tree up over here yet!).

Cute! Holiday Deer Free Crochet Pattern.

For my runner friends

How to start running when you’re a complete beginner.

Laura shares some great tips for preventing running burnout

How do you warm up before a run (ICYMI).


Creamy Vegetable Wild Rice Soup. It’s soup-o-clock.

I can totally see that as my new go-to side dish: Sautéed garlic herb mushrooms. Do you love mushrooms as much as I do?

No knead Rosemary Olive Oil Sourdough Bread.

And for the upcoming holidays: Stovetop Apple Walnut Stuffing.

Share a good link with me in the comments!

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  1. As always some fun reads here. And that wild rice soup looks really god. I am on a rice spree currently so I think I’ll make that one quite soon.

    1. I am all about the soups this time of year.

  2. I have always liked fantasizing about “sliding doors” moments, even as a child. What if my parents had never met and had married someone else? Where would I be?
    Thanks for some great reads!

    1. It’s such a great “mind game” to play ;)

  3. I did a post about ‘sliding door’ moments this fall. There were so many small decisions that have probably really impacted my life!

    1. Oh yes, I think I remember that post! Crazy to think how small decisions have big impacts on our lives!

  4. Ooh the article about never seeing your friends is fascinating. Work really does mess up people’s schedules and lives.


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