SoCal getaway + week(s) reflection

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“Getting rid of everything that doesn’t matter allows you to remember who you are. Simplicity doesn’t change who you are, it brings you back to who you are.” ~ Courtney Carver, Soulful Simplicity

week in review
gratitude: a growing family (fiance’s family)
this week’s intention: move + be active
 what I’m reading: Always Too Much and Never Enough Simple Matters: Living with Less and Ending Up with More
read The Lilac Girls
read Souful Simplicity: How Living With Less Can Lead To So Much More
happy hour + catching up with girlfriends
attended nephew’s baptism
spent time exploring my fiance’s hometown + LA area
completed many house + car to-dos
wrote + posted 2018 intentions
hosted January Denver Creates writing circle
lots and lots of reading
a few more trips to Goodwill
book club
continued our no-added-sugar challenge
coffee with one of my besties
continued a year of Foodimentary
closed Poshmark closet
continued 30-day notebook (from A Book That Takes Its Time)
battled the stomach flu 😦
binge-watched Shameless (thanks to aforementioned stomach flu)
continued “a simple year” course
sent nephew birthday present
inadvertently took a break from coffee (thanks, stomach flu)
productive work weeks
began going through all of my old notes, cards, etc. (last big piece to simplify)
ocean time 🙂
donated so many books I now have an empty bookshelf
tried many new SoCal breweries
wrote + posted simple joy project + week reflection
wrote + posted 2018: a simple year

weekend happenings + intentions
write + post 2018 reading goals
read Simple Matters
finish going through + getting rid of old notes, cards, etc.
cocktail table shopping
chill with my loves while the snow falls outside
read current issue of Bella Grace
complete three lessons of a simple year
finalize wedding to-do list

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