What happened this week as we all stayed home.
I know that the first month of the year has been pretty awful in general, but I’ve been training myself to acknowledge the good things that happen in life more than the bad. My general feelings for 2020 are actually quite positive. Despite all the tragedies happening in the world, there are still a few
Here’s how I spent this Valentine’s week.
I’ve been trying to be better at documenting my days since the beginning of the year. And while I love the ease of Instagram, sometimes, captions don’t really encapsulate just how incredibly great a day was. Although, clearly, this week has been something else. Started the month with a lunch date with my friend and
People who know me know how much I hate exercising. Something about sweating in public makes me cringe, haha. Also, I work out in ratty clothes so the thought of spending money on fancy workout clothes makes me scratch my head sometimes. I’ve had an on-and-off again relationship with NTC, the only workout system I’ve
I’ve long given up on New Year’s resolutions because most of the time, they only last all of January and then forgotten for the rest of the year. While I was filling out Susannah Conway’s Unravel Your Year workbook, there was a section where she asks you concrete, actionable ways you can bring calm into
So, it’s been a year, huh? I didn’t realize how it was possible for that time span to feel long and short at the same time. It still feels like yesterday when we were standing in the ER, watching the nurses try to revive you. Surprisingly, I haven’t cried today. What has happened in the
Closing out the year with one of my favorite things to post: a simple list of things I’m grateful for. I know I don’t do it as often as I used to, but I will do it as much as I can in the coming year. Also wanted to say that I moved around some
Celebrating with a beach trip, launching my signet collection, releasing my platitos and jewelry dishes, and lots more to be grateful about lately.