Greetings Marvelous Darling readers! I’m Courtney from Nobody Too. Sarah’s letting me take over Lazy Sunday this week, as I’m no stranger to creating a links post. If you like my taste in links, feel free to stop by my blog, where you can find book reviews, reflections on life, random music posts, and of course, more great links from around the web.

Kate wrote a great post on the two ways you can look at life. Are you a glass is half full or glass is half empty type? Even if it takes effort, it might be worth it to be a little more positive.

Rachele writes a lot about body acceptance and loving yourself at any size. Recently, she talked about dressing loud in a conservative town, and how she’s gotten over the unwanted attention her personal style brings. As someone who doesn’t like to draw attention to myself, this post definitely gave me some things to consider.

Are you a crafter? Here’s an article on the joys that can be found in the hardware store. I have to admit, though I love crafting I’ve never dropped in the hardware store for supplies. I think I might need to change that.

I tend lean toward being self-deprecating over self-confident, so I found this vlog/post on how to be confident really interesting. In it, Sarah and Sally make a lot of good points on how to not make light of your accomplishments, but not sound like an asshole while doing so. Definitely worth checking out.

I don’t worry about getting older much, but I do think about it from time to time. (Especially with my birthday coming up.) Danielle wrote a great post on five reasons why getting older rules. I have to say I’m inclined to agree.

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a nudist? It’s ok, you don’t have to admit to being curious. Still, you should read this article on what it was like for the author who was raised in the nudist community. Fascinating stuff!

Finally, just for fun, test your movie knowledge: can you identify these films based on the iconic outfits worn in them?

Hope you all have a fabulous week. Thanks for having me, Sarah!