how was your week? I'm still recovering from the busy long weekend filled with wedding, photoshoots, fireworks and kids. Internet and music is my current therapy and I'd like to share some finds that have really helped me get some perspective:


There’s just something so very inspiring about being out of your element and into the world, united with strangers by a shared need to navigate fresh surroundings. It’s not just about seeing new things or eating different foods. It’s an adventure – a challenge to yourself to embrace surroundings that are beyond your immediate control, under the parasol of familiarity. To trust the story you’re creating. Heck, to write the story you’re creating. Design for Mankind


What's the difference between a house and a home? A house is a structure you live in that provides for your basic needs and safety. A home is a place that provides you mental and emotional support, a place you look forward to being in to get away from the outside world. Do you feel that way about your home?– Apartment Therapy


I'll buy reasonable birthday gifts and party decorations with a happy heart, because letting people know they're loved is so much more important than meeting rigid financial goals. But, I've found that your true friends and loved ones understand if their gift is a little smaller, or if you're not quite as free with your cash as you once were. They get it, and won't let it effect your relationship. And sacrificing a few of your silly "wants" is worth it for your long-term needs. – RiseRepeat blog


Bloggers aren't perfect. Nobody is. Some people look more "perfect" than others, sometimes on purpose, sometimes not. Some work hard to put together an appearance of having it all together. Some choose only to share positivity, which can have the effect of making a person look like they have a perfect life. But before you harbor jealousy, envy, and even hate in your own heart towards a person you perceive to have a perfect life, remember that they are a human being just like you. – Delightfully Tacky


Remember, "People first, then money, then things."  Suze Orman
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