Stained Couture’s weekly series, Link-End Round-Up, features interesting reads I read from around the internet this week.
Happy Friday, friends! Also, welcome to the first Friday of May. How was your week?
My week was pretty good! Some things that I’ve been praying and working toward started to come into fruition. However, I still have so many other things to work on, but I have faith they will work.
For the past few weekends, I’ve been serving at church on Saturday night and Sunday morning. Although I love serving in my church, I just needed a Sunday to just receive the word and go home. So, I’m going to be able to do that this weekend and I’m so looking forward to it.
Next week is going to be hectic for me for a number of reasons. First, I have to do is go to court on Monday to dispute a speeding ticket. Back in March, I got 2 tickets in 2 weeks. Last week, I was able to get the first ticket dismissed. However, I have to pay court fees, which is the first time I have to pay fees. *eye roll* Hopefully, this speeding ticket should get thrown out without having to pay anything.
Since I have a busy week ahead of me, I plan to relax as much as possible this weekend. Also, I hope that you enjoy these reads, because I found them really informative.
LINK-END ROUND-UP: May 3, 2019
- The magic of estate sales – Curbed
- How a top dermatologist treats pores – Goop
- The case for doing nothing – New York Times
- An app that pays you to eat alone. Hello, introvert goals – Food & Wine
- Do you need to drink 8 glasses of water a day, according to 5 experts? – Inverse
- Gen Z might save the U.S. malls that millennials tried to kill – Bloomberg Business
- How taking a step down the corporate ladder can lead to happiness – Fast Company