Welcome to my Friday feature! Created by the wonderful Meggy @ Chocolate ‘n’ Waffles, it’s a remedy against feeling down by creating a list of all the good things happening in my life this week. I became so inspired by her weekly posts and later also that by Nickimags @ Secret Library Book Blog, I felt it was time to begin sharing my own good feelings. It can be anything, from the smallest gesture from a stranger to a major event in your life that alters the direction of your day. Maybe something here will bring a smile to you in the moment.
I know deep in my heart that I have lots to be grateful for in the midst of all the worldwide worry and concern. If I keep my focus on gratitude, I’ll feel its constant presence.
Our bank agreed to significantly lower the interest rate on our loan! And, the foosball table we ordered months ago finally got delivered🥰
Three days on the treadmill this week. And, I’m enjoying it!
Audiobooks are coming to NetGalley!!! If you know me, you also know that this news made me do a happy dance😏
Hamilton streams on Disney+ today! Guess what I’ll be watching this afternoon! I wanted to see it on Broadway so very bad and am grateful for this alternative. Early reviews are stellar!
Read the book and was underwhelmed but saw the movie trailer when it was released on Netflix and was intrigued but too chicken to watch it. Well, I watched it last weekend and loved it! And, I just got Malorie, the audiobook sequel for review (it’s what inspired me to finally get the nerve to stream the movie).
I have been anxiety free for two weeks now! My positivity, breathing exercises and meditation are working. Feeling great these days.😏
My baby sister restarted WW and has lost 10 lbs! I’m thrilled for her. I lost a pound this week. I’ll take it.
My husband has refused to upgrade his iPhone 5C. Well, it broke…just stopped working. We have an appointment at the Apple Store today. I’m praying they can’t fix it and will upgrade him to a 6 for free!🥰
I continue to pause and reflect upon the people and things in my life that truly matter. For that, I’m grateful.