Weekend reading: November 15, 2014

Weekend reading: November 15, 2014

Oldest & Youngest

From Instagram: I mean…seriously. My heart just burst into a million different pieces watching these two color.

Ten days ago I officially became a Mac owner, after more than two decades using PCs, and the switch has been…interesting. I am fairly tech savvy, and I have an iPhone, so I understand most of Mac’s basic workflows, but the differences in the keyboards are enough to make me nutty! The funny part is that I’m typing this on my PC because I got an iMac and our power is currently flickering, and I’m already so used to the Mac layout that I’m now having trouble on the PC. Why did they need to make Control and Command different buttons in different places, exactly?

I’m looking forward to sharing more about the transition and some of my favorite productivity apps on the Mac, although that’s probably a post for 2015 as we head into the fun of the holidays!

What I’m readingAll the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr (and Free to Learn by Peter Gray, although I’m definitely preferring fiction right now!)

What I’m cooking: salsa chicken and rice, baked ziti, italian baked chicken and mashed potatoes, blue ribbon chili

What I’m pinning: pumpkin pie bars, pumpkin spice spritz cookies, pumpkin pie energy bites {because Starbucks canceled my pumpkin spice latte…what?!}

What I’m thinking about:

Wisdom for Life

Organization and Productivity

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Holiday Priorities

Have a great weekend!

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. I’m on a wait list at the library for All the Light We Cannot See. I’ve heard it’s really good–I can’t wait to read it.

  2. Love these posts! Thanks fo the brain fodder!

  3. Oh my goodness. Precious picture and priceless moment! Love all the pumpkin recipes…and the links, as always!

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