Thursday Reading Links #71

I mentioned earlier that I started keeping a Commonplace Book. I’m still trying to find my organizational rhythm with it, but it’s been one of the best creative decisions I’ve made in recent years. If you’re curious about it, this video talks about why it’s important to keep a Commonplace Book. How To Read Deeper – The Importance of a Commonplace Book.

I’m listening to Episode 4 of The Gilded Age series on American History Tellers. This particular episode focuses on reconstruction after the Civil War and the fight for ending voter suppression. It’s unbelievable how timely this episode is.

What I’m currently reading. And in case you missed it, a review of Paris to the Moon.

I made Ina Garten’s Weeknight Bolognese and it is so, so delicious! The only thing I’d do differently next time is use way less pepper flakes. Way less!

How to Frenchify Your Bookshelf.

According to The Cut, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex bought a home in Santa Barbara, CA. Santa Barbara is a dreamy, coastal town a few hours outside of Los Angeles. I am so happy for them and wish them a happy, productive and peaceful life.

I’ve adopted a new philosophy during my work from home phase of life. Work from Home Outfits & Why I Get Dressed To Go Nowhere.

xoxo, Jane

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