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I accidentally posted it yesterday and tried to retrieve it as soon as I realized it. But the Mail Robots are so fast. They delivered it to some of you before I could catch them.*
Here are a few great things I read this week. Hope your weekend is restful and/or productive…whatever you need to balance out your week.
New Research Discovers Depression is an Allergic Reaction to Inflammation. Apparently, anti-inflammatory meds and healthy eating (no surprise there!) improve depression. Interesting stuff that may pave the way for depression treatment in the not-so-distant future.
Four Tips for Surviving Parenting as an Introverted Mom, By Kirsten Brunner
Boy could I relate to this one. I’m done beating myself up for needing and enjoying alone time, but maybe you aren’t. For those of you who need reassurance that even “good moms” love when their children are sleeping.
Science Just Discovered Something Amazing About What Childhood Piano Lessons Did To You, by Tom Barnes. Needless to say, after reading this, I decided to make my kids practice their instruments more often than they do currently…which is pretty much, never.
Warning: This Post is About Women Wearing Leggings and Yoga Pants and I Can’t Believe I’m Writing a Post About That Either, by Daisy at Chicks on the Right. Since I live in yoga pants, this had me nodding and laughing the entire time.
How You Change Your Friends With a Few Words, by Donald Miller.
You guys…watch the 3 minute video on this one. I want to be this kind of friend. I want to be this kind of mom. I want to be this kind of wife.
And finally, I had to dig back through the archives of my blog to find this, but here is an account of when I actually met Donald Miller. I acted so star-struck and ridiculous. A laugh at my expense. You’re welcome. That Time I Met Donald Miller, by me.