I wanted to put Pumpkin Spice Latte on here because let’s face it, the PSL season has begun and I’ve spent a lot of time working at Starbucks for the past month, but I refuse to be basic, so I’ll skip it. 🙂
September favorites will be short and sweet – I focused on work without much play, which will continue for the rest of the year. With that in mind, I’m rewatching a lot of Gary Vaynerchuck’s stuff and re-motivating myself when it comes to content distribution. It’s been one of the most productive months I’ve had! Enjoy my monthly favorites!
For August 2017 favorites, click here! 🙂
Please note that ‘Random Things I’m Raving About’ do have an Amazon affiliate link, however, giving it a click would only support my blog. <3
5 Random Things I’m Raving About
Still raving! I’m really starting to notice the difference in my energy and my mood in general after the past month and I’m honestly very surprised that it works!
Check out my complete review here!
On that note, I love my coffee maker. I bought it as my wake-up-early strategy and I absolutely love waking up to the smell of freshly made coffee in the morning.
I’m back on Pinterest and pinning my life away! My boards include productivity organization, marketing, social media and blogging inspo, and other lifestyle things. Come give me a follow and I’ll follow you back!
Dare tell me these things aren’t cute AF!
Looking for a freelance writer? I’m always on the lookout for new writing work!
Books I’ve Read in September
I read this book in a couple of hours after purchasing it. If you’ve read Room by Emma Donoghue, it’s like that, but on steroids. I had to reread it after the first half because it got a bit confusing, but man, I do love the descriptive writing on this one. Definitely recommend!
This was a hard book to get into at first, but the more I read, the less was I able to actually put it down. Admittedly, I reread that one in September after first discovering it a few months back. The writing requires you to have a bit of imagination, but it’s the crippling story that will make you stick around until the end. Didn’t particularly like the second book, but I’ll give it a try one more time.
Blog Posts That Made Me Think
- What happens if you turn off the traffic lights? by The Guardian
Removing signals from roads seems absolutely bizarre to me, but this was a very surprising read. Yay or nay to a city without traffic lights?
- Procrastination is a Practice Ground for Life Mastery by Zen Habits
Procrastination is basically telling us to get out of the comfort zone one step at a time and reach the ultimate productivity.
- I’m Slowly Learning To Trust The Timing Of My Life by Thought Catalog
This speaks to me on a personal level, thank you ThoughtCatalog. <3
My Favorite YouTube Video This Month
My Secret To Success by iisuperwomanii (my video embed doesn’t work 🙁 )