It’s become a broken record saying, but it holds steadfast: Gratitude brings happiness into your life.
I like this gratitude recording app because it pops up at random times during the day (hence the name!). I like going back through my days to see what was bringing me joy.
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Paleo eating has proven challenging when traveling to multiple destinations with the family.
I can’t remember what author stated that one who is mindful about what they eat “shouldn’t be caught with their pants down” (meaning, having nothing in my purse and a plethora of fast food joints in view are not a good combo). I have discovered some great purse-worthy snacks and these are at the top of the list.
This bar and this jerky have gotten me through some moments when there wasn’t any food for me around and I was in peril of snarfing down garbage.
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Loving this book—a good summer read when there’s much reflecting about the necessities of life. I have fallen in love with so many quotes from this gem…notably: “How do you grow into someone you like?”, “We must root to rise”, and “No one is static. You didn’t marry one person, but all the past and current and future people within that one person”. Molly Caro May is a poet and a visionary. Can’t wait until she writes another book.
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This tiny house blew my mind on Tiny House Nation. It had so many cool uses of multi-use space. I’ve got a big ‘ole crush on Zack Giffin...and not only for his building skills!
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Finally, a fan letter to the Matriarch of Tiny (the BIG tiny, that is)…
I adore you. Your wit..grit..humor..bravery. All of it. I got some strange looks on the plane while reading your book—seems laughing wildly is not acceptable in small spaces these days. I was moved by your story, but even more inspired by your character and attitude about life. You are a treasure and I can’t wait to see what you do next!
(Hmmm…seems someone has an author crush. I can’t help it! There are so many wonderful simplicity writers out there putting their uplifting words on paper. So glad to have time to read this summer! ‘Beauty of being a teacher.)
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What are you eating, reading, watching this summer, friends? I’d love to hear!
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Funny. I just picked up the big tiny book at the library tonight. Looking forward to getting started!
I’ll be interested to hear what you think. Her writing is so enjoyable for me.
Will check out that book! (By the way, the above link to the book actually leads to the Tanka Bar on amazon. So I searched amazon for the book title and found it.)
Thanks for the heads up–just fixed it 🙂