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Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Loved this Week

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1. Time facts and comparisons that will blow your mind. (www.higherperspective.com)

2. Five healthy steps to overcoming a major setback. (www.blog.freepeople.com)

3. Somebody out there actually decided to test those strategies on perfectly pacing the ripening of bananas and has photo documentation of her results. (www.thekitchn.com)

4. Surprisingly some of these wine hacks were new news to me.(www.brit.co)

5. Tom Hanks can do no wrong. He makes starring in a Carly Rae Jepsen music video adorable. Impressive. (www.mashable.com)

That’s all we have for link love this week. Don’t forget to enjoy this last weekend of “winter”, and check in on Monday to see if Brittany can pull of a bachelorette weekend in San Diego on a budget. Roadtrip!!

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Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Loved this Week

Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Loved this Week - Fun on a Budget Blog

1. Study finds that millennials prefer store brand items over others..but why? (www.mediapost.com)

2.  Ten natural hacks for removing common stains. (www.brit.co)

3. Exploring the everyday routines of great minds. (www.infowetrust.com)

4.  Can you guess the most popular street names in each state? (www.washingtonpost.com)

5. How to be the person your coworkers are psyched to work with. (www.stylecaster.com)

I can’t believe we are already into the second week of March! Time is flying, and this weekend marks one of my least favorite weekends of the year because many of my nearest and dearest “spring forward” and leave me two to three hours behind them–Arizona problems. :) Anyway…we hope you enjoyed our favorite links as much as we did, and as always we love to see those that were at top of your list this week too. Please share them in the comments!

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Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Love this Week

Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Loved this Week - Fun on a Budget Blog

1.  Your go to guide for the foods you should and should not be eating when you are sick…for every kind of sickness. (www.time.com)

2.  Ten traits that trump “likeability”. (www.huffingtonpost.com)

3.  Seven surprising ways to score on Etsy. (www.theeverygirl.com)

4.  You know you wouldn’t mind having a few tricks that help you avoid small talk. (www.joannagoddard.blogspot.com)

5. Every wondered what it was like to share a name with Lord Voldemort? Get it straight from these Tom Riddles’ mouths. (www.newsweek.com)

I know that we have been sporadic with our posts since the new year, but things are looking busy soon and we are VERY excited about it. With wedding planning behind Brittany and a blossoming new business for Sam, we have tons of new ideas and info to share with anyone who stuck around through the lull and was patient enough to wait for us to get our act together! We love you guys :)

As always we love to see the links that were at top of your list this week too, so please share below!

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Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Loved this Week

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1. The lowdown on Penny Lane’s look in Almost Famous given by the woman whose vision brought the best band-aid ever to life. (www.elle.com)

2. Here are 12 strange but true health tips most people don’t know about. (www.health.com)

3. Lindsay at Pinch of Yum nailed it with this single serving (microwave!) apple crisp! (www.pinchofyum.com)

4. Hosting a party? 30 DIY pinatas to make it smashing. (www.brit.co)

5. Google it. The Top 10 Most Google’d questions about Money. (www.gobankingrates.com)

What links were at the top of your list this week? We’d love to hear about them :)

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Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Loved this Week

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1. Sometimes appreciating what you have is all you really need. (www.budgetsaresexy.com)

2. Dying of a broken heart isn’t just for the movies, and it’s happening to women more than men. (www.elle.com)

3. Your decision-making style is affecting your happiness. (www.online.wsj.com)

4. The best (and the worst) foods for getting quality sleep. (www.cookinglight.com)

5. How to make the best iced coffee at home. (www.glittercollective.com)

What links were at the top of your list this week? We’d love to hear about them :)

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Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Loved this Week

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1. Eight weeks of Hatha Yoga to better cognition, especially in your later years. (www.eurekalert.org)

2. Illinois University shares their go-to guide to get rid of ANY type of stain you can imagine. (www.illinios.edu)

3. This DIY fruit fly trap may be the answer to eliminate those pesky fruit flies that are trying to invade your home. (www.apartmenttherapy.com)

4. The history of toilet paper–more accurately described as the history of wiping utensils. Let’s just say I’m happy to be wiping in the 21st century. (www.apartmenttherapy.com)

5. I might live far away, but I still love me some Kansas City. It looks like a good chunk of the country agrees with me. Be ROYAL. (www.theshadowleague.com)

What links were at the top of your list this week? We’d love to hear about them :)

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Saturday Morning Hustle: Links we Loved this Week

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1. The bucket (travel) list got a little bit longer after reading about the LOW cost of meals, travel, and accommodations for these 12 low cost travel destinations around the world. (www.thebecomer.com)

2. Slouching makes you look sad. (www.time.com)

3. There is no such thing as too many tips for faking beauty rest. (www.blog.freepeople.com)

4. The tiny house movement is not losing steam anytime soon. (www.huffingtonpost.com)

5. It’s scary to realize that in the United States have drastically more tooth decay than children around the world who don’t have access to the same dental care because of one food product that continues to get a bad rap. (www.time.com)

What links were at the top of your list this week? We’d love to hear about them :)

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