It’s almost March, dreading one last storm. A white winterland, to quickly forget. © EN, All Rights Reserved via Spring Thoughts — EmotionalNotions Okay, I know it is actually March now. But I had to share this because we ALL feel this way in Minnesota and are looking forward to the Spring! If you can relate … Continue reading Sat Share – Spring Thoughts — EmotionalNotions
During the cold of winter, I’m usually a jeans and jumper kind of girl. But I’ve discovered that a dress/skirt with warm tights can be just as cosy. Yes, the winter dress has become a basic in my winter capsule. I used to think people who wore dresses in the winter were a bit mad […] … Continue reading Saturday Share – Winter wardrobe basic — Minimal-Lol
meandering in awe ~ on the trail of deep purple ~ that brought me to you —© Lize Bard @ Haiku out of Africa via Deep purple — Haiku out of Africa I just love Haiku out of Africa. I have shared this blog before, and I wanted to share it again. Happy weekend, firstname.lastname@example.org
A friend posted something on Facebook yesterday that pissed me off. Not sure if it was guilt/shame related or if my reaction was strictly oh FFS not again. This particular post was 8 Things Kids Need to Do By Themselves Before They’re 13 In fairness, these were logical tasks, nothing extraordinary in the group…but why? … Continue reading Saturday Share — Was that my out loud voice?
From mental health to writing, these are the posts that have resonated the most with Discover readers. via A Year of Great Writing: The Most-Read Editors’ Picks of 2018 — Discover I am bringing back the Saturday Share! It gives me a day off writing (and I think I'll be taking Tuesdays and Thursdays off in … Continue reading Saturday Share is back! A Year of Great Writing: The Most-Read Editors’ Picks of 2018 — Discover
Written by Dr. Perry, PhD Image Credit: Pixabay The holiday season is upon us. Everywhere I look I am greeted with reminders that Christmas is around the corner. I have to admit I love the look and smell of a douglas fir completely decorated with colorful and bright ornaments. It brings back wonderful childhood memories. […] … Continue reading How To Avoid Turning The Holidays into The Hellidays — MakeItUltra™ Psychology