Travel + Inspirational Link Round-Up, January 2019

Jan 27, 2019    /    things i like

Oh hey. It’s that time again. Another month has sped past us and here I am wrapping it up. In January, as you may already know, Chad, Luna, and I cozied up in the middle of the Swiss Alps for long, snowy hikes, catch-up sessions with old and new friends, and that clunky first week or two of coming back from vacation into work tasks again.

Of course, I also spent some time reading and browsing online. Here’s some of the best of what I found:

(Don’t forget that some links below might be affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you buy my fav books, courses, etc. via my links. I still only recommend things I actually like, but legally I’m required to let you know that I’m affiliate linking.)

:: My BFF brought her family to visit us in Switzerland this month. Here’s what it cost her (a travel points-hacker with a family of four).

Related: My cost of living in the Swiss Alps.

:: I love reading about people’s cooking challenges.

:: We’re heading to Georgia in February. Anyone been to any of these restaurants? Love them? Hate them?

:: I’m re-reading one of my favorite YA series and it’s just as gorgeous as I remembered.

:: As you might know, I signed up for MasterClass this year. So far, my favorite courses have been Dan Brown’s thriller writing course and Gordon Ramsay’s cooking classes.

:: Why, yes. Yes, I am the type of person who buys a front-loading baby backpack for my dog.

:: How to cut veggies so they look prettier.

:: I started a new foodie project this month. Here’s what and why.

:: Finally, a good reminder: There’s always a simpler way.

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  • Emily Peppers
    January 27, 2019

    Thanks for the shout-out to our family Switz trip! :D
    And very excited to read more (and look at the pictures!) from Vicious Foodie. ;)

  • Lee Laurino
    January 27, 2019

    Your friends post on the cost to visit Switzerland was impressive.
    Wish I could hire someone to manage my FF points. I dont manage them well enough to travel more than one RTW trip a year!

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