Let's not beat around the bush - March was an tough month for me. The work at my day job has doubled and my other projects have started to pick up steam. Long hours and less sleep have become the norm. At the end of the month I had to take a step back and reevalute what I can and can't make happen and what my priorities need to be at the moment.
Right now, I'm focusing on my health - filling my diet with foods that make me feel good, stretching, and exercising every day. I'm also focusing on quality - I have high standards and I want to ensure that all the content and work I produce is of the highest caliber.
So what does that mean for this site? It means I'm switching up the posting schedule here to Tuesdays and Thursdays. On occasion, like the past week, I may need to duck away and take a break. No worries though, I'll always be back and with ever better content every time!
Now, onward to the best reads of the month!
What I Was Reading Around the Web
I've been meaning to make it back to Napa for the last four years, hopefully on one of my California trips I'll finally find the time to return. Although, no Cup-For-Cup for me :-(.
I just love this perspective from Keryn on traveling with kids.
These four tips are going to stick in my head - particular love the new-to-me word; "lovingkindness."
I love finding new travel blogs to read because I'm constantly in need of new inspiration.
An awesome guide to beaches on an island with 7,000 acres of National Park. I think this might be getting booked for next February!
The woods are such a heavenly place to relax - I've been admiring these images during some chaotic days this month.
I loved Rome! I got to spend a couple of days there during a high school photography tip and these scenes take me all the way back there.
This spot has been on my to-visit list for awhile now - since it's within driving distance I have no doubt I'll make it there in the next couple of years.
As if the food, beaches, and no passport required weren't reason enough - now I have another reason to get to Puerto Rico!
I'm not sure if I could ever commit to becoming a mountaineer - but I'm sure looking forward to reading about Angela's journey.