Link Love: 63

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Related: a quick, but useful primer on backpacking.

This Airstream trailer makeover is gorgeous!

Le shack! I know it’s only a retreat, but I could live there full-time.

6 things that helped me to stop worrying about money. I don’t know if I’ll ever stop worrying about money, but with a substantial savings account, I definitely worry about it less.

The joy of letting go of stress. “The problem is that we are holding onto what we want everyone else to be, what we want ourselves to be, what we’d like our work and families and life to be.”

Change your story to change your life.

Finances (and life) is a game of inches. Don’t get discouraged.

Perennial veggies?! I never even thought about it, but I need to add a few to my garden this year.

My friend, the Petersons, started their own tiny stove company! So proud of them. It makes me want to get one of my own!

Looking for cheap gifts? This chocolate almond ginger bark looks divine! I’ve also got some ideas on how to save on gifts and low-cost gifts to DIY.

I’m so looking forward to the holidays and a break. What about you?


8 thoughts on “Link Love: 63

  1. Adrian

    I found your blog when research airstream living, and worked my way through all the posts from the first one. Lots of broken picture links at first, but it was awesome to see the progression. Thanks for keeping it going!

    1. melanie Post author

      Hey Adrian, thanks for reading. Unfortunately I don’t have a way of knowing if the picture link is broken unless someone tells me. If you see something, let me know!

      1. Adrian

        Hey, you are very welcome. I got a ridiculously good deal on my house and 5 acres which makes it less financially appealing to downsize, but either way, my plan involves my family living in something mobile as we transition to a larger plot of land. All that is to say, your blog is a source of inspiration when thinking about what I want to do. I could go back, but I can’t even recall how it is that I found your first post and worked my way to the current. If you could make the archive of the blog accessible, it would be easier to navigate. Anyway, all the posts about the Airstream and the more recent posts haven’t had broken links, it’s just the old one, mostly before you changed the name of the blog.

      2. melanie Post author

        Yeah, I had some problems with everything being pulled over to the new name. Thanks for the suggestion. I’ll try to make it more accessible. I don’t know if you’ve seen my FAQ page and my New? Start here page but that could be helpful.

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