I leave for Taiwan a month from tomorrow, so I have decided to put out a call for guest posts for when I’m gone! While I’m in Taiwan, I will have Internet access but I don’t expect to spend much time on the Internet. Not only do I want to get the most out of my experience in Taiwan, but, um, being able to actually be with my boyfriend rather than just see him on Skype means that my blog is not going to be very high on my list of priorities while I’m away. I’m pretty chill with what to guest post about so if you want to, send me an email and I’m confident we can work something out!
Before we get to this week’s links, just a quick mention that the lovely Sofie interviewed me, which you can read here. I had a great time answering her questions, so thank you again Sofie for the lovely interview!
I will always associate pasta puttanesca with the first book in the A Series of Unfortunate Events series. Hank’s take on it looks positively delicious.
Peanut butter chocolate chip banana muffins! All of my favorite things in one breakfast-friendly muffin, yum.
Alice is one of the funniest people I know. The title of this post pretty much sums up why.
Crissy points out why being a Gen Y-er is awesome.
Anna seems to share the sentiment “two can keep a secret if one of them is dead.” I know I do, which is why I have one or two secrets I will carry with me to my grave.
You are in charge of your own destiny. Cassie charges us all with being in charge of our own stories with her call to action.
In light of St. Patrick’s Day, femmefrugality’s list of financial wisdom from Irish proverbs and made me smile.
There are a million and one blogs offering sponsorship options these days. Sarah shares how to get the most out of your sponsorship.
Google’s announced that they are killing off my beloved Google Reader, which prompted Fabulously Frugirl to reflect on her life before the Internet.
Kallah’s post on love languages and compromise was a timely read for me. Relationships are all about compromise, and anyone who says otherwise is lying.
Ashley shares her reality as an entrepreneur.
I’ve been doing some reflecting on workplace values lately, so eemusings’ post on what she values in a job was an excellent read for me.