Rocking my favorite chambray, maxi skirt, and hat while visiting LA last weekend.
Reading this blog post about feelings. "It’s never too late to learn...how to fully experience and appropriately express your feelings so that you can deepen your sense of aliveness and connection in the world." Remember to FEEL THE FEELS.
Obsessing over these super cool photos of a phenomenon known as "crown shyness" in some trees.
Listening to the latest Jen Hatmaker podcast with my long time favorite, Glennon Doyle. They talk about what it looks like to let go of trying to be perfect, of trying to fit in, and how embracing your pain leads to transformation and beauty.
Re-sharing my blog post on grief resources. I'm very proud of how it turned out and am grateful for the positive feedback I received so far.
Loving this collaborative project by Women Who Draw entitled 'One Sky'. "On August 13, 2017, at precisely 12:00 pm Eastern Standard Time, 88 artists all over the world stopped what they were doing, looked up, and drew the sky." You've got to check it out!
Beginning to feel fall's arrival in the air. I'm not sure I'm ready for it, but doing my best to embrace the change in seasons- an experience I enjoy so much.
Going crazy over my new deck of affirmation cards by Gabrielle Bernstein. The cards themselves are super high quality, the art is gorgeous, and the words are powerful. I highly recommend this deck to anyone interested in a daily dose of strength, synchronicity, and support.
Requiring some extra "me-time" after a bunch of extroverted-ness as of late. This looks like long walks, naps and yes, quilting.
Enjoying this article on insights into success and happiness. They make the argument that you don’t have to be charismatic to succeed, we stink at motivating people to be healthy, and your life may be more meaningful than you think.
Washing my new sheets recommended by a favorite blogger, Cara Crowley.
Challenging myself to READ more books before the end of the year. I've got a stack on my bedside table that is calling my name, and it feels like the time to dig in.
Trying to replace "I'm sorry" with "thank you". Get ready for this powerful truth bomb: "It is better to thank someone for the room they make for you than to apologize for taking up space in their lives." Read more about the power of "casual gratitude" here.