Link Roundup: November 24, 2013

It’s been a while since the last link roundup. Why the absence? I’ve been hard at work on a super secret project with my friend Andrea from DreAm*heArt*sMart*Art.

But now the secret is out!

Introducing Blossomize Your Year 2014, the #1 planner to synthesize your schedule, grow your vision, and bring your life to fruition.

If you’re a fan of my worksheets and printables, you’re going to flip out when you see this all-in-one calendar/project planner/journal/inspiration holder.

Andrea and I have personalities that mix analytical thinking and heart-centered passion. We love worksheets and planning, but we also love art and exploring our inner desires and big dreams. We were tired of using calendars and planners that didn’t quite meet our needs.

Together, we combined organization with artistic style to create a one-of-a-kind planner perfect for dreamers and doers.

You get it all: beautiful photo collages to spark your creativity plus tons of note pages and planning sheets to organize all your big goals.

Our goal was to make an all-in-one resource to help grow our vision for our lives so we could reach our full potential.

In other words, we wanted to blossomize!

Yes, that’s right—we invented our own word. :)

This week is Launch Week for Blossomize Your Year 2014, so watch for blog posts specifically about reaching your goals in the new year.

Are you ready to bloom? Click here to get started!

While I dream about my big plans for 2014, here are some tidbits for you to peruse at your leisure.

What I’m Reading and Watching

And in other news, I’m finally getting a handle on Facebook. I collect quotes, and I like sharing them on social media. Here are a few of my favorites.

What’s your favorite quote? Click here to Like me on Facebook and see more of what inspires me.

New Blog Posts

Let’s Connect


  1. says

    Wow Sage you’ve been busy indeed!! Congrats on completing your exciting new project, I can’t wait to hear more about it! It sounds really interesting!

    Thanks for the links as always! I already did the left brain vs. right brain test and I use them equally too! I can’t wait to read that first link. I’m always curious to read about other people’s experiences eating veg on Thanksgiving. Great roundup!

    • says

      Thanks, Sarah! It was a lot of work, especially because me and Andrea are 9 hours apart! That made finding a time to call each other interesting.

      I would have thought I’d be more left-brained (analytical). But I hope that means we live more balanced lives since our brains are used equally. ;)

      What’s your favorite vegan Thanksgiving food? For me, it’s all about the pumpkin pie.

      • says

        Pumpkin pie is definitely a fav dessert of mine! My favorite dish to make is actually my grandma’s recipe. I’ve made it pretty much every year since she passed (many years ago)). It is a broccoli and corn casserole and it is DELICIOUS!!

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