Link Roundup

Weekend Link Roundup

A little confetti love from my lil niece Roxy Mae, who is starting middle school in a week. Can you believe it?!

 

My niece and nephew Roxy and Ryder are in town for the week, and I couldn’t be happier to have them around. I wish Jack and Lily could be here, too, but Jack starts school a week earlier than the others (he’s in high school! I can’t believe it) and Lily is still a little too young to be so far away from home. But mannn, I’m so glad to have Roxy and Ryder with us. If you follow along on instagram, I hope you watch my stories. These two are such characters. Ryder always has me cracking up, and Roxy is the sweetest and smartest girl you’ll ever meet. It kills me how quickly they grow up. Without getting *too* sentimental (since it’s 1:26 AM as I write this, and I get really sentimental in the middle of the night), I just helped Tessa shop for her upcoming job interview, and had this flashback to helping her pick out her outfit for preschool. It made me a little emotional. UGH, I’m getting emotional right now, and this became so much longer than I intended.

Before I get to this week’s links, I need your advice! Kim and I are leaning toward a week or so in Greece, and would love any input you might have on where to go and stay, and what to see and do. Also, what are your favorite travel blogs? I’d love to add some to my list! While Kim and I fail at planning our trip (as usual), here are some links to check out:

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  1. Check out Gaby’s guides to Greece. She usually writes about food (so wouldn’t be considered a travel blog) but she went recently and posted about it a few times!

    http://whatsgabycooking.com/gabys-guide-athens/

    http://whatsgabycooking.com/gabys-guide-to-santorini/

    http://whatsgabycooking.com/gabys-guide-to-mykonos/

    As for travel blogs in general I enjoy Kristin’s blog: http://www.camelsandchocolate.com/
    and Christine’s: http://www.cestchristine.com/ (though she writes much less about travel these days than she used to)

    Good luck planning for Greece! I hope to visit someday!