Taking a morning off from doing anything, take your time and sleep in. Lazy mornings are great. I usually find I have so much more energy when I sleep in on the weekend instead of getting up at 5am. It’s nice to break routine and remember that it’s important to have time for yourself. And if all you want to do is sleep, then sleep!
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We had some water damage in the roof that we had to get fixed and we put our car in for a service… $400.00 bucks later. When did living become so expensive? Thankfully, we put aside money every month into a car fund for this exact reason so it wasn’t too bad.
It really pays to plan ahead for these sorts of things because you never know what’s around the corner. Some people may call that pessimism, you know, preparing for bad things to happen but I call it wisdom from lessons learned.
This is what someone posted on their blog after their grandfather had passed away. And this kind of upsets me. You know you don’t owe anyone anything, you don’t have to tell people you’ll be “back to normal” because you will never be back to normal. When a loved one dies, it changes you forever. You might be able to write more on your blog, and say funny things to your online friends like you used to, but that “normal” part of you that you’re referring to, that’s gone forever.
I think it’s touching this person wanted to update their status and keep their followers in the loop, but honestly, when real life happens to you, you don’t owe anyone a single thing. The only person you need to take care of is you.
This is just ridiculous.
“Stole 24 Million but still can’t keep a friend”
This tweet came from confirmed crypto hacker Nicholas Truglia who allegedly had 70 million dollars and proceeded to steal another $15,000.00 from his own father.
I have no words…
I saw this clip with Serena Williams and it prompted me to think about the meaning of this exchange between people in general.
Someone in the sea of flashing cameras asked her why she wasn’t smiling and Serena answered honestly saying that they kept asking her the same questions. She told them she just didn’t want to be there and that was her honest answer which was met with silence.
I am the diamond glints on snow
I am the sunlight on ripened grain
I am the gentle autumn rain
From the poem “Do not stand at my grave and weep” by Mary Elizabeth Frye