Sunday Morning Coffee // No. 76

Sunday Morning Coffee // No. 76Happy Sunday, friends! I hope you’re all enjoying the weekend –longer for some of us this go round!

I’m taking advantage of the long weekend to get some organizing done in my apartment, tossing some old stuff and avoiding adding anything new. I’ve decided to up the date that I wanted to start looking for and move into my next place. Originally, I was giving myself until the end of July/early August to get settled. Now, due to some unforeseen circumstances, I’ve decided to kick that up to mid/late June…. which only gives me a few weeks!

Nothing I haven’t done before, but stressful nonetheless. Especially in the midst of starting a new job (thank you all for the week comments, emails and well-wishes on this! You guys are awesome!) and trying to give other projects the attention they deserve. Time management will be my first, middle and last names for the next 30 days. Wish me luck!

Links I loved…

+ Did you know that May is mental health awareness month? Here are some questions to ask yourself when things aren’t aligning properly.

+ Moving and decorating can be quite pricy. Here are some tips for how to decorate your space without going broke.

+ Speaking of designing spaces, I love the way this local Philly home is designed! The bright and warm colors really say this is home to me.

+ Loved this raw and real post about the beauty of embracing and sharing with others when life is too real.

+ Are you a fan of chia pudding? I’m nervous to try, but am thinking of giving this simple recipe a try.

+ Use this super juice recipe to really kick your health into high gear.

In case you missed it…

+ Would you ever travel alone?

+ What my life has looked like, of late.

+ What balance looks like in real life.

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  1. I love the tips about how to decorate your space without going broke; the before and after transformations were amazing! The tips really make all the difference. I may try the chia pudding! I love recipes where you just need to mix stuff together and/or just let it sit. I’ve been loving overnight oats for this past semester, so I think chia pudding would be a great way to switch it up! I mean, nutritionally they’re probably not the same, but eh 😛 -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s