As a few of you guys mentioned on Twitter this week, backpacking in the heat can be a real drain. But it beats backpacking in the cold and rain. London, Edinburgh, and now Brussels have been pretty darn grey and chilly – bring on summer proper Europe!
To commemorate the death of Google Reader, I thought it was time for a long overdue link roundup. Here’s a few of the posts I enjoyed recently:
As Tony at Landing Standing points out, you don’t have to travel to find yourself. Here’s 16 pointers to spice up your life if it’s just not feeling all that interesting right now.
Here’s Mutant Supermodel breaking down sexism in video games.
Cassie shares some thoughts on home ownership, tangible and intangibles alike.
The always outstanding Sarah of Yes and Yes on how to deal when people disappoint you.
Entertaining yet honest, Michelle Woo lists the things she wishes she’d known before having a baby.
Budget and the Beach recalls the simplicity of childhood summers.
And finally, Kelly of Cordelia Calls It Quits on why there will always be a reason NOT to.
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