Link love (Powered by onion dip and cold winds)

We’re now into the home stretch of winter, and spring is in sight. The mornings are lighter and the rain offering ever-longer windows between downpours.

Yet the last few days have been bitterly cold, which doesn’t exactly have me looking forward to our wintry road trip down south next month. Give me strength!

Luckily, a pretty sweet opportunity came up for me to visit Queenstown later this week, so I’ll be getting a taste of what’s to come. Expect plenty of photos…

This week’s links


Jess Lively’s pyramid of blogging is most excellent

Budgets Are Sexy wonders why there’s no insurance for bloggers

Nicole and Maggie ask if living frugally should equal settling for a smaller salary

Ask A Manager gives this reader  – who doesn’t want a boss – a reality check

Eight handy tools for professional freelancers, at The Urban Muse

And thanks to My Personal Finance Journey for hosting the latest Carnival of Personal Finance, including my tips on what to do if you’ve been burgled, plus how to be prepared


Iowa Girl Eats rounds up four excellent cinnamon roll recipes

Super simple coconut chicken, via Stonesoup

Donut french toast! This from a new-to-me blog, Fuss Free Cooking


Leslie gives us the downlow on finding an apartment in NYC (I especially liked the line “Does the apartment come with _____?” “No.” How very Auckland.)

Waiting is one of the hardest things in the world. Sydney explains how to cope

Rachel Hills on why she hates the phrase ‘let’s catch up!’

Nicole is Better talks energy management and the power of unfollowing people

Serendipity gets some perspective

A lovely post on the meaning of partnership, at A Practical Wedding

Bridget on finding pieces of our old selves, and realising that we’re on the right track

3 thoughts on “Link love (Powered by onion dip and cold winds)

  • Reply Liquid August 12, 2012 at 15:26

    It’s funny you’re talking about winter and cold weather when people are wearing shorts and tank tops in my city. I’ve never been to your half of the hemisphere before :0) Will have to visit some time. Have fun on your trip.

  • Reply Untemplater August 13, 2012 at 19:07

    Thanks for the mention! Today was chilly here too so I made some soup in my slow cooker to stay warm. Most people are burning up in summer heat but not us!

    Have a great trip!

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