I haven't done a roundup of links in a long time, since this summer at least. It was too difficult to do on my shaky internet connection at home, and it began to feel too much like homework. However, I've really been loving the internet lately, so here's a list of cool things!
I'm not completely sure what's going on here, but there are cool looking ladies in a treehouse. Who else wants to join this club?
Here's a very important question from Sarah Wilson, goddess of everything.
I would love to be in Mexico on Día de los muertos someday. It's one thing to learn about it in school, and another to actually see all the vibrant colors and festivities in person. Emily had a post up a while ago about the holiday when she lived there, and Ana posted some pictures of the marketplace, and it's feeding my desire to go there.
I love this photo set.
I have a new style icon. I've actually seen pictures of her around the internet and thought that she's gorgeous and sooo stylish. Finally, her blog has been located! And it's love.
The New York Times wrote about changing how we think about exercise, and Kate responded to it. I think that the article raises some very good points; it really, really bothers me that exercise is related only to weight loss. When people tell me that I don't need to exercise because "you're fine just the way you are!" I get mad. I work out because it feels good, ok? Kate's article was interesting, touching, and right on. Then again, I love almost anything that woman writes.