I don’t like to be a narc, but when I am, I like to call out designers. I’m no @dietprada, but I’ve really taken a liking to this.
Happy Thanksgiving! In the midst of crazy relatives and cooking the sweet potatoes and stuffing at the same time, I do hope you can sit down, take a minute to yourself, breathe and read this quick post, of course! What’re we thankful for this year? From dogs and hair treatments to food and Europe, there’s so much we’re grateful for in our lives. Read more to find out…
I recently just went a week without a phone. Well, it wasn’t TECHNICALLY a week (maybe 5 days) and I wasn’t TECHNICALLY without a phone (it just wasn’t working properly). I’m overexaggerating a bit. But when people say technology is going to overcome human beings, that is very true because my iPhone 7 has feelings and the thing turned on me as if it were my best friend and I stole its boyfriend.
Let me guess, you were supposed to text her back but forgot to because you phone died after yoga and you text her now but she asks you to go out and you can’t because it’s your friend’s birthday so she asks to do dinner but you have to run and drop that thing off there and now you’re kind of like what do I say so you open your email to take your mind off of things and remember you wanted to look up that internship opportunity and– omg I’m exhausted, but sounding familiar? It seems like these days there is always so much to do and you can barely ever catch a break– don’t get me wrong, I’m sure you’re like me and get it all done, but let’s be honest, you’re not always dishing out your best work. Living a maintainable lifestyle seems like common sense, but how often do you find yourself thinking the obvious is just too easy? Open your eyes, they call it common sense for a reason. Recently I came across this website that details a new lifestyle, a more simplistic one; the basic concept is that you rid your life of the excess, so in turn, you can focus on yourself and what is most important to you.