#BreakThings: Are We Too Grown to Change?
The biggest lie I believed in my 20s was that at some point you stop wanting to change things about yourself. That you, like a flower, bloom to perfection, shine for a while, and then pass on. Nope, not quite.
All I wish for now is peace on my journey. That I am smart enough to want to change the write things, dedicated enough to succeed, and gentle with myself if I fail.
The discussion every manager and employee is having right now. No one wants to see political disagreements and discussions hurt their team morale or office productivity. We’re all dealing with enough right now.
My skin needs a break. I need a break. These sheet masks give me a few minutes to rest and a few minutes to do something nice for my face. Because with pandemic wine and no sleep on the menu, it needs it.
Apple cider donuts are a big part of the reason that I accompany my friends and their children to the pumpkin patch. “You take as long as you want to pick the perfect pumpkin, Little B, Auntie Abs and her donuts are in no hurry.” But if you can’t make it this year, Half-Baked Harvest has the recipe you need to get those donuts made.
If you’re afflicted with decision fatigue or just can’t find the confidence to trust your choices right now, this article on Shondaland is a must read. Pushing through decision paralysis is so tough right now, but we can do it.
We’re all in this together. See you tomorrow! xo, aB