December 9, 2019

Intentions for the Week:

Looking to get your head in the game? Tracy from Shutterbean makes a weekly TO DO LIST called her Intentions for the Week. Here's what this week looks like:


Intentions for the Week: Week 50

 Happy Monday, friends!

This weekend was very peopley! I went into the city for a birthday dinner and a friend’s party- didn’t get home until after midnight! Sunday I went to see the Open Studios in Sausalito with a friend and it was so much fun. We got to see some sunshine this weekend and I am super happy about that. When you have rain for an extended period of time, it’s always nice to see some sun. I learned that in my 4 years of living in Oregon. We have a few weeks left of this month and we start a new year. I’ll be working in my food journal and my Currently Workbook for 2020. Join me! You know I’ll be sharing my Currently pages every month. It will be fun to do it together. I’m sitting down with my calendar and writing down my Intentions for the Week. Here they are!


December 8, 2019

My Everyday Life Week 49

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 49

Packaging up your pep talk packs! 

Assembly line on my desk.

I like imagining who I am sending packages to. I love writing all of your names.


December 6, 2019




  1. What a good Dad.
  2. Now I want a burrito.
  3. What a nice idea during this time of year!
  4. I love Tim’s gift guides.
  5. Sia is my hero.
  6. Pantone’s color of the year is a classic.
  7. Martha Stewart at home, 1976
  8. How to break up with your habits.
  9. Music is helping revive dying coral reefs.
  10. I never understood the whole viral milkshake thing anyways.
  11. Why Kodachrome was the Instagram of its time.
  12. All my favorites on Etsy. 
  13. Kinda neat to see behind the scenes CGI of the Irishman
  14. How 21st-century kids react to watching vintage Mr. Rogers
  15. Gonna try this the next time I make meatballs.
  16. Looking at old menus is my favorite.
  17. This little free library is so cute!
  18. Time to bust out my Instant Pot and make this mushroom wild rice recipe.
  19. If you haven’t created a masterpiece at 30, you’re not a failure.
  20. A woman asks people on Twitter what their best therapy advice was- responses are life-changing
  21. Setting up a daily personal inventory form might help your productivity/happiness. 

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