October Link List


Around the Interwebs

How much would Trump’s Coronavirus treatment cost most Americans?

This is a long, but important read! Why ‘cluster-busting’ might be the strategy to beat Covid-19.

Some mental health tips on how to deal with 2020.

‘What are we so afraid of?’ This. This is what we’re afraid of. 

Hard to swallow truths.

Why we all love a Nancy Meyers’ house. (Any of them will do!)

How to curate your iPhone’s home screen. I haven’t updated to iOS 14 yet (because of some known bugs), but that sounds intriguing.

When there is no one left to tell us the truth.

Around the blogosphere

“You watch: Every Trump Supporter you know in real life will one day deny they were ever cheering for Trump.”  Some honest thoughts (and links, too!)  from Gabrielle.

The Pandemic’s Toll on Mental Health and Relationships: What Can We Learn?

How to organize your week with time blocking.

Vote 2020: It’s about Humans & Humanity. I agree with Sara.


OMG, so cute. Felt Woodland Fall Pocket Pals.

Favorite Fall Home Decor on Etsy.

Easy no-carve pumpkin ideas.

Pretty! Modern hand lettered free printable 2021 calendars.

For my runner friends

I am not ready. Are you going back to the gym? If you are, avoid these 9 things.

The benefits of varying your running route.


The perfect October treat: Cinnamon Apple Spelt Muffins.

I can’t wait for soup weather: tortellini-vegetable soup.

We made these spicy pork brussels bowls for dinner last week. Yum! 

Share a good link with me in the comments!

  1. Wow, I love the idea of decorating pumpkins without carving them. That’s very creative. And the golden decorations on the white pumpkins are so pretty and gives a different look *.* Love that!

    I am really upset with the gyms not considerate as essential. I really miss going to the gym.

    Those recipes looks good. :D

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Inna!

  2. I picked the Etsy blog at random! I’m glad I did. It reminded me of the things that I love about fall – they didn’t exactly match Kim’s list but both are beautiful.

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Eli!

  3. Those recipes are all looking so yum and I am starving now. The Muffins will definitely be made and the soup might be my dinner next week. And I am ready for Brussel sprout season too. Thanks for sharing.
    PS can you tell I am hungry while reading HAHA

    1. I always get so hungry when I post these links ;)

  4. Ooh those muffins sound great. And I love all the Fall decorations and DIY ideas!

    1. Glad you enjoy the links!

  5. Thanks for including my post! I’m not going to lie – I’m feeling very overwhelmed and nervous for Tuesday. Work feels very high stakes for our students right now, too. Sigh. Sending you lots of strength for the week ahead and off to read a few more posts from people who feel similar to how I do. Thanks for finding them. <3

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Sara. I am glad there are people who feel the same.

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