Friday Digs

Happy Friday! My husband is in town so we’re looking forward to a weekend of fall outings and fun.

But first…It’s Friday digs.

Monday Mantra: I Recommit to Myself

The last month I’ve been in a bit of a haze—between stress, to-do lists, and too much future tripping, I let my soul-priorities go right out the window.

And you know what happened? Not that much. I still did everything I had to do. I still had accomplishments. I learned things. I got through my days.

Friday Digs

Happy Friday! It’s been a good and busy week—can you guess? The weekend is filled with cooking and frisbee with the pup.

But first…it’s Friday Digs!

Monday Mantra: Out of my Element

As mindful guys and gals we’ve done our inner work, at least some of it. We’ve looked at the parts of our personalities that could use more compassion or less fire and we’ve improved. One thing I’ve noticed about myself this past week is that when I get out of my daily routine those bad habits I’ve worked on in the past, like being overcritical of myself and others, can creep back up and try to take over my mind once again.

Friday Digs

Happy Friday, all!

I’ve been in a bit of a food slump so this weekend will be filled with meal planning, a trip to the farmers market, and a lot of cooking.

But first.. it’s Friday Digs!

Friday Digs

Happy Friday! I had a nice week filled with long talks with family and friends and got to see my husband for the first time in a month. I’m looking forward to continuing the love through the weekend.

But first… it’s Friday Digs!

Monday Mantra: It’s Ok to be Open

When it comes to intimate details about myself, I’ve always been a very open person. If someone asks me about a certain situation and I’d tell them the truth, however weird or uncomfortable it was. Maybe not all the time—I follow basic social cues and try not to be too inappropriate—but if I’m having an honest conversation with a person, close friend, casual friend,  neighbor, or otherwise, I usually let the truth out when asked.

Truly, I’ve shared very intimate details about my life with people who had no business knowing them. And you know what? I’ve always been embarrassed about this quality of mine.