People still consider leggings as pants in below 30 degrees.
Jacket optional, y’all.
I tried to resist the Kate Spade surprise sale email. Failed. Bought a necklace and phone cover. I am not the most practical person ever.
Valentine’s Day is this Friday and I already ruined it by telling Boyf not to get those “ugly yellow and green roses the Packers are pushing” and luckily he got stuck on the order screen before I said it.
I am tech challenged, but managed to record a 10-min webinar for MarketingProfs on PR/crisis comms. Accomplishment.
I am making a conscious effort in 2014 to be grateful and thankful for every. single. day.
It’s easy to become bogged down with the mundane and negative. The energy around you is part of it, but my goal for myself is to write one thing down daily that made me smile, that I’m grateful for, etc.
So far, so good - and I’ve noticed a shift. Small, but my attitude is much better.
I also have not written that I’m thankful for sandwiches, so that’s an improvement.
“What I’ve learned is that all these things - personal happiness, a stronger community, a better world - can and should be accomplished one thought at a time, one word at a time, one action so minor it might go unnoticed at a time. We can’t light up the whole world, each of us, every minute, but we can decide to project optimism and light instead of pessimism and darkness. Our actions, words, and attitudes have a sizeable impact. They can either open the floodgates of global happiness or destroy our planet, one human feeling at a time.”
Hate on Trista Sutter and her book all you want, but girl. Truth right there.