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March 1, 2021

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 9 of 2021

Happy Monday, friends! It’s the first day of March. How are we feeling about it?

This weekend was a beautiful one. Started with a moonlight hike, ended with meal prep! This is what I am working with this week.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Meal Prep this week includes:

If you’re on Instagram, I’ll be sharing how I use my #shutterbeanmealprep in my stories- @shutterbean 

It’s Monday, let’s get our Intentions for the Week down! (my Intentions for the Week Printable helps!)

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February 28, 2021

My Everyday Life Week 8

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 8

In my hallway currently.

The hallway!

Rainbow time!

Cooper picked out this plant for me for Valentine’s Day and it’s finally blooming!

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February 26, 2021

I LOVE LISTS

With love & patience // i love lists artwork by tracy benjamin of shutterbean.com

I LOVE LISTS

  1. Let’s look at some interesting food facts.
  2. Food hacks from the internet.
  3. These people are having a worse day than you. 
  4. Behind the scenes info on working at Disney.
  5. Uses for almost empty jars. 
  6. Zoom fatigue is a real thing.
  7. This made me miss Anthony Bourdain.
  8. Vintage kitchens, 1940s.
  9. I’d wear this dress with these sandals and these sunglasses. 
  10. A whole bunch of lunch ideas.
  11. Supercut of typewriters on screen.
  12. What Millenials want to cancel about Gen-Z.
  13. The tallest buildings around the world. 
  14. These water drop paintings are incredible. 
  15. This house is stunning.
  16. Some fixes for pandemic monotony. 
  17. The power of community.
  18. Oooh I want to try this recipe.
  19. How Office Space went from a flop to a hit. 
  20. How the past year changed restaurant criticism.