For Your Weekend

Airstream travel

This weekend we’re off to Petaluma, a fun historic town in Sonoma County. We’ll be doing our annual family “camping” trip in which the six of us (my husband and I, my two boys, and our two dogs) stay in a cabin, and my mom and her husband stay in their Airstream. Lots of downtime with games and marshmallow roasting is planned, but we will venture over to the coast and check out Petaluma’s famous brewery scene. You can follow along on Instagram.

What are you up to? Here are some links for your weekend reading.

Have you heard about this book? I’ll let you know what the results are in my home. (And here’s a good review of it.)

There’s so much about this house that I love. And the kids’ rooms!

Fascinating and beautiful: a museum in the mountains of Switzerland

30 places to eat in Rome selected by locals

The results of an epic study of happiness

Two ways to make my favorite fall soup

Fascinating and beautiful: museums in the mountains of Switzerland

12 pumpkin recipes

The best Italian street foods

We’re half way through Passports with Purpose. If you haven’t donated (and entered to win your prize!) yet, please check it out. Just a $10 donation enters you to win the prize of your choice, and if you love to travel, you’ll love my two prizes!


  • Jenny says:

    Can you share a link for the cabins you are staying in?

  • Traveoalni says:

    Hi Jenna! At the moment, I am trying to read this book about Tidying up. I bought it, read the first 20 pages and suddenly I felt the desire to start organizing and throwing up stuff! I am half way done with the house, and also cleaned my work space. I still have the rest of the house and the garage but I realized that every time I try to continue reading, I have to stop and start tidying up! So I decided to finish the book after my house is all organized. 🙂
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    • Jenna says:

      Good advice! I’m sure I’ll do the same–read a few pages and then immediately want to start getting rid of stuff

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