Stained Couture’s weekly series, Link-End Round-Up, features interesting reads I read from around the internet this week.
Hey, ya’ll, hey. *deep sigh* I’m so glad that it’s Friday, but I honestly don’t know why. I spent most of this week off of work, but did a lot of running around. I had some meetings, interviews, and other obligations, which is probably why this week felt really long.
Also, this is the last Link-End Round-Up of June 2019, which feels like it lasted for a while. June is the first month in a while that feels like it lasted forever, because I was planting a lot of life seeds. However, those seeds have started to grow and they should start sprouting leaves in July and (hopefully) fully bloom in August.
As for this weekend, I plan to lock myself in the house and get some work done. My freelance work has picked up over the past couple of months and I’m super grateful. However, working for yourself and from home can get overwhelming and boring, but it’s what I’m doing this weekend. Plus, the weather is going to be somewhat crappy, which makes it a perfect time to stay in the house.
Well, I hope you all have a great weekend and try to do something that makes you feel good. Plus, check out the reads in this week’s Link-End Round-Up.
LINK-END ROUND-UP: June 28, 2019
- The compelling case for working less – BBC
- Easy ways to cut back on sugar – The Everygirl
- How to prevent texting typos – Popular Science
- The laziest way to become a plant person – The Cut
- Taking a brief break from booze can have big benefits – NPR
- Why burnout is hitting women harder than men – Philly Mag
- Reasons your skin looks dull and how to get a glowing complexion – Allure