Link love (Powered by leggings and Freecycle)

link love nzmuseYou know something? This is likely to be my last Link Love post for awhile. Next weekend will be full to the brim wedding stuff, and we’ll be hitting the road after that.

Speaking of blogging, I haven’t been getting pingbacks through comments since January. Therefore if you’ve linked to me since then, I may or may not be aware of it.

I think my theme might be blocking them somehow – or else maybe Dreamhost is doing something weird? Any ideas? Is anybody else experiencing a similar problem?

(I know, I know. Not really the best time to start stressing about this. Priorities.)

And so, to the links…

Cait reckons this is the only motivational post she’ll ever write – but it’s a cracker.

Nicole and Maggie’s post about their fantasy libraries is BEYOND. Fellow bibliophiles, click over there right now.

This post on the 9 traits of underearners at Get Rich Slowly is a thought provoking one. As some of the commenters point out, some of us choose certain career paths with the knowledge they won’t make us rich.

Little Miss Moneybags breaks it down: is it THAT much more expensive in NYC than the midwest?

And finally, Ms Career Girl lists some gems of work wisdom from four famous women.

Happy weekends, all!

4 thoughts on “Link love (Powered by leggings and Freecycle)

  • Reply Nicole Crimaldi Emerick April 28, 2013 at 01:49

    Thank you so much for including me in this post! I love your site as usual!

  • Reply nicoleandmaggie April 28, 2013 at 02:07

    Thanks for the link! Libraries rock! Good luck with wedding planning and festivities.

  • Reply Mike@WeOnlyDoThisOnce April 28, 2013 at 10:41

    Great reads! Hope you have a great weekend.

  • Reply Cait April 28, 2013 at 16:26

    I’m honoured to be included in what could be your last link love for the next while! Also, your other note re: pingbacks reminded me that I purposely had to turn mine off a few weeks ago. The amount of spam I was getting was unreal and turning them off meant I would no longer have to delete 20+ spam comments each day. It’s been lovely. But, my point is, I’m grateful you tweeted me, otherwise I wouldn’t have known I was linked here. 🙂

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