Today you should invite a friend to have coffee with you. Coffee time is my favorite time of the day. The lady at the coffee bar has me rung up and ready to go by the time I reach the counter. We don’t know each other’s names, but she knows I drink a grande drip and I know she’s the lady who gives me coffee.
Monday I told you to pick up the phone, now I’m telling you to turn your phone off. Hello mixed messages! There is a method to the madness though, trust me. I want you to go home tonight after work, and..get your mind out of the gutter…pour a glass of wine. Or if you don’t drink wine, pour a glass of whatever it is that non-wine
When was the last time you sent something in the mail to your grandparents? My grandma doesn’t have Facebook, so she doesn’t get to see all the incredible pictures I post of my food. I don’t know how she can bear it. She doesn’t live near me, so she’s never seen my apartment or where I work; she doesn’t get the play-by-play of my daily
I’ve got my third installment of reviews from my 2014 reading list. The genre of the week is fantasy and horror books, just in time for some light yet terrifying Halloween reading. There is actually only one fantasy book on this list, as it’s not something I naturally gravitate towards. I don’t always read fantasy, but when I do, I choose works that are
Today’s challenge is something I want you to work on for the entire week. This week, before you send a text or email or Facebook message, consider picking up the phone and calling instead. In fact, for one whole day, let’s pretend it’s the ’70s or ’80s (or, hell, the ’90s) and you can’t even send a text.
I love to discover new pretty things. I can get lost for hours on a site like Pinterest or Instagram. Sometimes it’s worth it because I find great stuff. Sometimes I look back and feel regret at the loss of hours of my life that I’ll never get back again. I want to save you from that regret, with what I consider to be some