So I have been taking an awesome class this month, Blog With Pip from amazing Pip! If you don’t know who she is, you should…check out Meet Me At Mikes…you will love it! I started this class thinking how easy and great it would be…it’s still great…but when did I forget that you need to schedule time to be productive to do your homework?! I need to constantly remind myself that I don’t have all the time in the world to do everything I want whenever I want! But im sure we all have a similar problem…unless you are really disciplined…then you should probably come give me a boot camp in staying on task!
Our little assignment was to take 5 photos of our weekend…which mine is maybe one of the weekend trickling into the week! I liked taking the photos because I like documenting what im doing, and I need to do it more often!
I LOVE leopard! I have a hankering for it all the time! But it needs to be classy and well done…not just any leopard will do! But these shoes I have loved since I first saw them…and I wear them almost every single day! They are dying, and will soon have holes and I wont be able to wear them anymore.
I started reading this book because I was so interested in the company that she started, The Honest Company. (Thanks to Janaan for getting Franklin adorable diapers!) I love where the idea comes from, and living an honest life seems so invigorating and rebellious these days!
I could watch this documentary over and over again…I already talked about it here, but I honestly love it. You never really think about what people go through when reaching for their dreams. Since I had seen this before the Olympics (and after), it made me look at the sports and what these athletes were doing completely different than I used to when I would watch. I flinched and gasped a little every time someone fell.
I love my purple Nike running shoes! They make me happy and excited to put them on. I used to run all the time, and then I got out of the groove of going. It sucks building your endurance back to running…sometimes it makes me not want to run anymore…but I just have to remind myself that I used to love it and it does feel good. Does anyone else have this problem?
My best ideas come to me when I am writing, doodling, coloring, painting, and etc. I need to physically have something in my hand that I can write with and see the color go onto the paper. I don’t have the best handwriting or art skills…but it gets the idea out there and in action for me.
What have you been up to this week? Want to record motivational messages for me so I can keep running? Or you can just come color with me…I am totally fine with that!