this past weekend the mountain man taught his first yoga class. it was an exhilarating moment in time, and i’m so happy i was there to share it with him. i’m so thankful that leaving san francisco has afforded us more freedom to pursue our hobbies and to chase our dreams. what are you thankful for this week?
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while the mountain man + i were road-tripping through the patagonias, we came upon a small lakeside town that felt like home. not in the “this reminds me of the place i grew up” kind of way, but rather that warm enveloping feeling of absolute belonging. i think of that town every day, and daydream of opening a small bed + breakfast there…a dream i hope to make a reality.
this week i’m grateful for experiences that inspire dreams, for they are my greatest motivator in life. what are you grateful for this week?
after years of renting apartments + homes, we decided that this was the year to start saving to buy a house. we’re constantly stricken with a serious case of wanderlust, and find ourselves wandering the globe every few months. so naturally, our plan to save for a home of our own will keep us tied to the ground for longer than we’re used to.
while at first we wondered what on earth we would do with ourselves, it’s given us a great opportunity to be grateful for what is around us. we live on an amazing mountain (literally) full of epic trails, ski resorts, and views all the way to the great salt lake. and just a few hours away are the majestic deserts of moab + zion, perfect for weekend getaways. this funny little state offers us so many great things to do without breaking the bank, and for that, i couldn’t be more grateful!
what are you grateful for this week?
happy monday lovelies…have a wonderful weekend? we were graced with fresh snow + a full moon – two of our favorite things.
this year, i resolved to spend more time enjoying the graces in life. did you know our brains evolved a negativity bias that “makes it like velcro for negative experiences but teflon for positive ones?”* while practical for our ancestors, it does make us a wee bit negative for little reason, all the time. i want to make sure to take a moment every day to appreciate the good to keep from sticking to the negatives, and welcome you to join me. share the little, or big, graces in your life each monday here.
*quote from the fabulous dr. rick hanson