Happy Halloween Eve! Much like the months before it, October really flew by. I spent half of the month with a cold and minimal voice, but still managed to really enjoy my October. Some highlights: attending The Bloggers Union’s Orlando Bloggers anniversary brunch, catching up with old and new friends alike, celebrating my dad’s 60th with family and friends, and watching UCF Spirit Splash from the President’s conference room.
This month, I’m sharing more of my favorite links from across the web (including a few gems from here). As always, please feel free to share your own link love in the comments section below!
- Everyone who knows me is well aware of my obsession with goats, and here’s another reason to love them: studies show that goats can understand human expressions and are drawn to smiling faces! Who else’s heart is melting?
- A few of my friends are looking to switch industries right now, so I’ve been sending them this article about making a career change in your twenties.
- Whitney from CityWhit shares 10 outdoor date ideas that you can experience in Orlando (and no, they won’t break the bank). Anyone want to join me for some Sun-Rail hopping?
- How should you start your morning? Gabby Bernstein writes about the four questions we should answer each morning to attract the lives we want to live.
- In case you missed it, check out my must-visit spots in DC as you plan your next trip to our nation’s capital.
- Everyone around you is grieving – go easy. This message has been making its rounds throughout my newsfeed, but it is so incredibly accurate and important to consider.
- Thought Catalog has detailed out these 25 uncomfortable things we need to do in our twenties. I agree with some more than others, but enjoyed the overall message.
- Anyone else as in love with Mount Dora as I am? For those who haven’t made their way out to this charming little town, check out my guide to making the most of your trip.
- As someone with autoimmune issues, I really appreciated and learned a lot from this article on balancing chronic illness with your career.
- I love Robyn Conley Downs’ gentle is the new perfect stance, and really enjoyed her message on why you’re doing wellness “wrong.”
What links are you loving lately? Sound off in the comments section below!