Stained Couture’s weekly series, Link-End Round-Up, features interesting reads I read from around the internet this week.
Well, we’re almost at the finish line for 2018. I still can’t believe that Christmas is less than a month away and a whole new year will be here in a month. Although I know feel that I have accomplished everything I wanted to by the end of the year, I feel good.
Have you finished your Christmas shopping? Me, I’ve barely made a scratch, but I plan to do some of it this weekend. Personally, I blame the weather, because it’s just been too cold to be out for too long. First, I need to write out my Christmas list to see who else I need to buy gifts for, but that will wait until tonight. Tonight, after work, my dad wants my siblings and I to come over. I think he wants to do surprise Santa this year and we may be drawing names tonight. I’m pretty sure this will get the ball rolling on my Christmas shopping.
I hope you all have a great weekend and stop by next week to see what else is in my mind. 🙂
LINK-END ROUND-UP: November 30, 2018
- How to keep a clutter-free home – 21Ninety
- The myth of authenticity is killing Tex-Mex – Eater
- Inside the pricey war to influence your Instagram feed – Wired
- Tired of fake product reviews? There’s a site for that – FakeSpot
- Specs you shouldn’t ignore when choosing a new phone – Gizmodo
- How to be productive according to ancient philosophy – Darius Foroux
- 5 ways smart people sabotage their success – Harvard Business Review