Welcome to July! I’ve spent the weekend in the Blue Mountains catching up with a good friend after a week off work and it was so great to have a little time off to recharge.
I’m finding it a little hard to believe that June is over (it didn’t help that I spent a lot of June sick!) but it’s time for me to share my links I love for June with you! I love collecting links across the month that I find interesting, challenging, thought provoking or helpful and sharing my favourites with you!
It can sometimes feel like clutter accumulates quickly and seems to breed overnight, so I love these 7 daily habits for a clutter free home. It’s definitely true that clutter attracts clutter so these little habits tackle the major clutter hotspots so they don’t take over.
If you’re hiding from the cold by enjoying some Netflix time, then you need this link! This is a list of all the TV shows available on Netflix in Australia. Prepare for some serious binging!
If you’re escaping the cold by going on a holiday, or just starting to plan your Christmas holidays, then check out these travel beauty essentials to pack on your next holiday. It’s always tempting to overpack on beauty products but you end up seriously streamlining your beauty routine while you’re away so you don’t want to be packing things you’re not going to use (and stealing valuable suitcase space for other things!).
I love warm soups in winter, it’s an easy and delicious meal. I’m currently doing the I Quit Sugar 8 week program and I’m hoping that some of these 6 soups you need to try this winter make it into my meal plans because they look so good!
Over the last year I’ve been slowly culling and building a wardrobe of clothes I love and enjoy wearing, if you’re looking to do the same then this article on how to love every single thing in your wardrobe is a good place to start!
If you’re inspired by the War On Waste and want to make some further steps with reducing your waste then I highly recommend tackling the issue of food waste and this list of 50 ways to (seriously) reduce your food waste. There is a lot of great wisdom here and I love having all these tips in one handy place!
Whether you’re doing a shopping ban (like me) or just want to cut down on your online spending, you should read this article shopping online is too easy, 5 ways to make it harder. These are definitely some tips that I will be taking on board to make this 3 month ‘buy nothing new’ experiment a little easier (and take away some of the temptation of online shopping).
I’ve been switching over my skincare and cosmetics to more natural products lately, and this post on most affordable switches to natural is a great place to start if you’re looking to do the same and are worried that it will be expensive to make the switch.
These seven weird things you didn’t know were damaging your hair were definitely eye opening for me. My biggest offender is probably number 4!
I hope you enjoy these links I love as much as I did! What was your favourite?