This week, I drank some delicious wine with my husband, took in some excellent Oscar-nominated movies (Room and Bridge of Spies), and ate far too much homemade pasta. Now onto the first installment of Sunday Link Roundup!
Food for Thought
Ever wondered how some of the world's greatest minds spend their mornings? My Morning Routine features hundreds of interviews with famous writers, CEOs, models, artists, and the like talking about what gets them going creatively.
Restlessness is something I struggle with quite often. See how Michele Catapano at Tiny Buddha deals with it here.
If you're not already reading Yes and Yes, you absolutely need to. Sarah Von Bargen always posts great pieces, but her article on living her life on purpose is one of my favorites.
A gentle reminder that you are allowed to do/think/feel pretty much anything unapologetically.
This Tumblr account is trying to put a positive spin on February with Love Yourself Month.
It's still a bit early to be thinking about summer, but Mod Cloth just introduced this fabulous line of colorful, body-inclusive swimwear. The green T-Rex set, in particular, is awesome.
Things I Want to Eat
If you're looking for something a little bit lighter to ingest alongside the mountain of potato chips on Super Bowl Sunday, consider these delicious-looking buffalo cauliflower “wings.”
I've been a vegetarian for almost eight years, but every once in a while I crave meat-laden comfort food. Thankfully, Naturally Ella must have known this and posted a recipe for these curried vegetarian meatballs.
In a constant quest to embrace leafy greens, I'm adding this kale pasta with garlic sauce to my must-make list.
In Case You Missed It
Check out my posts this week on 10 Brilliant Books That Inspired Me, Truth of Writing #2: Your First Draft is Garbage (and Editing is Wonderful), and Thoughts on My Better Half.
Line of the Week
“The road to Hell is paved with adverbs.” - Stephen King, On Writing
If you found any awesome things hiding in the internet this week, I'd love to hear about it! Please leave me a note in the Comments section or on my Facebook page.
Happy Sunday, everyone!
Writer, editor, and storyteller living in the Twin Cities.