For Your Weekend

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Don’t you just love the way the light starts to change as fall gets closer?

I just had the pleasure of spending time with one of the best people I know, my sister-in-law Ana (and check out the gift she left for me!), and then today I hung out in Midtown Sacramento with my kids. I hope you have a happy weekend. 🙂 Here’s my round up of links for this week. Enjoy!

Check out the videos of the rescued sea otter pup learning to swim, eat, and more at the Monterey Bay Aqaurium. So cute!!

One travel blogger stumbled upon a makeshift camp of refugees while traveling in Serbia. Here’s what she found.

Such a sweet idea: visiting the places in his grandfather’s photos (and his Instagram account is cool, too).

Have you heard about The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up? Here are the author’s thoughts on organizing your space when you have kids.

My friend Alexandra is in Sicily right now, and the details in her Instagram feed are a treat for the eyes.

Thoughts on parenting: why Danes don’t give children ultimatums.

Is Brazil on your travel wish list? Why now is the time to start making plans.

I love this: so many reasons to be optimistic despite how awful the world can seem.

Three recipes with grapes straight from Tuscany

As a working mom and an American, I felt upset and sad when reading this article on the struggles of working women in the U.S. Thoughts?

A beautiful day hike (including a waterfall) on the Northern California coast

The best easy chocolate cupcakes

More great stuff from Legal Nomads: a list of books that may change your life!

40 tips for traveling in Europe with kids


  • Tricia says:

    Jenna, absolutely love fall’s varied shadows, but I must confess to be missing autumn hues and changing leaves a bit. Coincidentally, I’ve been waiting to read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and today it just arrived at our library. Onto the Kindle it is. 🙂 As always, enjoy your recommended links. A wonderful Wednesday to you!
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    • Jenna says:

      Thanks, Tricia. I haven’t read that book yet, but I like the idea. I’ve been thinking about downsizing a lot lately, and it seems that the first step would be to do some serious “tidying up.”

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