When life feels busy and complicated, simple pleasures offer tremendous solace.
That in mind, here are three things I’m loving lately.
Though small, they bring much ease.
Thing one: This guy.
Also digging his sweater – a gift from me back in Florida…that got some play in Colorado…and here in Canada has become a staple. So warm.
Oh, yeah, and our “bookshelf”…er…floor.
I don’t own much, but books are a heavy hang-up. Reading Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up this winter helped me at last let go of extras.
Feeling much lighter now (and more inclined to read what lines my corner of our office).
Thing two: This outfit.
And my school uniform, generally – plus last week’s “Winter 10×10 challenge,” prompting this strange-looking attempt to capture it.
If you’re unfamiliar with a 10×10, read about my fall one here.
In brief: wear just 10 items of clothing, styled 10 ways, for 10 days. Think, capsule wardrobe light.
I pretty much wore what I always do…but had fun connecting with others taking part.
Thing three: Us.
I’m actually quite camera shy (not to mention, otherwise shy). One downside: we have very few pictures with the two of us.
I love this one. And I love the feeling of that sunny, wintery afternoon at home.
Both busy with our own projects…yet still present and together.
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