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It’s the Little Things…

Once in a while, I like to pause to relax, and reflect. Often, I find myself constantly thinking: thinking about what I will do in the future, thinking about what I’ve done in the past. I worry and fret about one thing or another, and if I can’t find something to worry or fret about, I worry about that. To say that I have a tendency towards being an anxious person is, perhaps, an understatement.

One of my goals this year is to be more present; simply, to live in the moment more, and to enjoy it for what it is. Although it may be cheesy (and who doesn’t love a little cheese every once in a while?), this has helped. A lot. I have had more enjoyable weekends, I have felt at greater ease, and had a greater sense of balance. These are just some things that caused me to pause and smile. And for that, I am grateful.

All my friends are dead. - A darkly hilarious book that you can now read online here.

All my friends are dead. – A darkly hilarious book that you can now read online.

Mia, my 11-year-old sheltie. Her loveliness always makes my heart swell.

Mia, my 11-year-old sheltie. Her loveliness always makes my heart swell.

 

Innis and Gunn, one of my favourite brews - always nice on the deck after a long day at work.

Innis and Gunn, one of my favourite brews – always nice on the deck after a long day at work.

This quirky dress reminds me of my days spent camping...and makes me want to go again, soon! You can find the dress here.

This quirky dress reminds me of my days spent camping…and makes me want to go again, soon! You can find the dress here.

A gold gemini charm given to me the day I was born, rediscovered and worn regularly. Perfectly accented by a piece of coral from my great grandmother's amazing seashell collection.

A gold gemini charm given to me the day I was born, rediscovered and worn regularly. Perfectly accented by a piece of coral from my great grandmother’s amazing seashell collection.

 

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