“And I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, ‘If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.’”…..
I’m reading a lovely book right now by Martha Beck called Finding Your Own North Star and I’ve just come to the section where she describes the change cycle that we all go through over and over again in our lives via whatever event serves as the catalyst for throwing us into the cycle…..
I want to take a working vacation on a farm.
I want blue skies and the smell of fresh grass and dirt.
To sleep a bone tired sleep between crisp white sheets…..
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and
~ Mary Oliver
There are certain things in life that remind us that at the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started (where we already were) and to know this place for the first time. Having just gotten dreadfully sick this past week while on a business trip, I can attest that health is surely one of those things…..
I was so honored that last week one of my favorite bloggers Lindsey, who writes the blog A Design So Vast “tagged” me as one of eleven people she wanted to answer a set of questions she came up with in this traveling question and answer theme that’s going around…..
We are going out on a date Saturday night, the husband and I. We don’t go out very often but we got ourselves a sitter and an invitation. This time it will be in the spirit of community building. We’re heading to a little rooftop restaurant for dinner and dancing…..
“You can become blind by seeing each day as a similar one.
Each day is a different one,
each day brings a miracle of its own…..
Wake up early and watch the sunrise. If you are with someone, try to keep talking to a minimum. I promise this will get you off to a better start than sleeping late will.
Have a breakfast that powers you. Once you buy the ingredients it’s easy and you can make them all week long!
Being an introvert or an extrovert is by necessity a self diagnosed thing, and in the “know thyself” category, I think it’s a fairly important one. Since we live in a world that idealizes and promotes the extroverted, most people appear on the outside to be extroverts
Human beings have an innate drive to create and when we do we feel a deep sense of satisfaction. But what I’m discovering now is that creating something new is an immensely satisfying experience no matter how big or small the creation. Whether you write a post, bake a batch of homemade cookies, or…..
Credit: Habitually Chic