What I'm Reading | November 2013


I hope you all had a lovely Thanksgiving! November has been a breath of fresh air for me, allowing me to slow down, read, and breathe in a way I haven't been able to do since June. The getaway to one of my favorite places in the world also helped. Here are the links that have inspired me this month.

A blog after my own heart

A line of tea inspired by classic novels

A granola master spills all

What recipe testing looks like

How writing is like marathon running

New blogs I'm enjoying getting to know: Wit+AromaTop with Cinnamon, Wit & Vinegar, and The Tart Tart.

It's not November without an endless supply of new pumpkin recipes to try. Currently loving pumpkin spice snack bars, pumpkin bruschetta, and pumpkin salsa.

I haven't eaten one of these in about two years, but now I know why they're so addicting. Someone please tell me I can make these at home!

Luisa, Deb, and Amanda talk blogging, cooking, and writing

Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell's correspondence hits the stage.  

Exploring the world's greatest libraries

The death of letter-writing

How photography connects us

Do you have a long commute? My latest guest post for Positive Writer offers tips for staying creative on the road.