Daily Delight

I realized today that I've strayed from my daily delights. They bring me so much joy because it can be anything from the sunlight in the room, your job, your partner, your child or fur baby, a recent perfect meal you had. It forces me to refocus my attention and after steady, routine gratitude practice …

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Learning to Organize in my 30s

Since I watched several cleaning inspiration videos recently, I purchased tools that I learned about in the vids. I bought some of those Home Edit clear plastic modular organizing systems for different projects that have plagued me for years. Organization is new to me. I didn't even know what organized meant until a couple years …

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Why We Should Ditch the Term “Lame Duck”

Hello friend! As Malcolm, my husband (!!!), and I watched Meet the Press on our weekly Sunday morning date, something occurred to me that I've never noticed before -- which is a huge privilege that I haven't had to think about it. Senator Elizabeth Warren and Chuck Todd discussed the post mid-term "lame duck" session …

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Book Report: Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer & Why You Should Add it to Your Reading List

Hello again, friends! I have been quiet the past few months because I got married and went on a honeymoon. It feels good to melt back into my familiar routine. This is a post I've had on the brain since I first discovered the magic of Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings …

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