My posts have been short and sweet lately, and in a way, that’s been a good thing. I’ve been focusing on bigger goals at work, visiting friends and spending time doing things that make me happy. I was even able to make a day trip to NYC, which combined both business and pleasure, and filled me once again with that drive and motivation I had when I first graduated college.
And while this post still fits the mold of short and sweet, it’s a reminder of keeping perspective, and faith, in the things that matter.
Happy Thanksgiving < 3
- Learn how to plant (and not kill) flowers and vegetables.
- Finally replant my somehow ever-growing Spider Plant
- Run or get some form of exercise at least 4 days a week
- try to make one new recipe a week
- stop and smell the flowers – both literally and theoretically
Bring it on summer!!!
Kelly Cutrone If You Have to Cry, Go Outside … And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You
“…if you want to be extra-ordinary–you will not get there by hanging around a bunch of people who tell you you’re not extraordinary. Instead, you will prob become as ordinary as they expect you to be.”
Awesome empowering book. Check out NYMag’s review of it here