Category: week in review

week in review

“Today I am a woman torn between the terror that everything might change and the equal terror that everything might carry on exactly the same for the rest of my days.” ― Paulo Coelho, Adultery week in review enjoyed mini vacation to Boise spent time reminiscing with college bestie attended Mood Medicine class  + dinner

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week in review

The one thing you have that nobody else has is you — your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So, write and draw and build and play and dance and live only as you can. week in review voted cooked meals for the week: roasted vegetables, crock-pot chicken made choice for next book club

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week in review + reflections on a bad week

The past week was not my best. It started on Sunday with a feeling of anxiousness paired with boredom sprinkled with a general sense of not giving a shit. This undesirable state is not a new one for me, however, I can typically see it coming and building to that point, which gives me time

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week in review

“Each golden day was cherished to the full, for one had the feeling that each must be the last. Tomorrow it would be winter.” ~Elizabeth Enright beautiful contrasting fall colors in Boulder dinner out for the soon-to-be Mrs. Duggan tailgating before . . . watching Peyton Manning break the touchdown record week in review whole30

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week in review

“I want to make memories all over the world.” week in review reread It Starts With Food traveled to Harrisburg, Penn. met dear friend’s adorable son day 20 – 26 whole30 success — while traveling + submitted food journal train ride to NYC four days in Manhattan, exploring and savoring every moment added a move to

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week in review

Despite having a pretty hectic schedule the past week with multiple work trips, long days at the office to make up for the time away and attempting to get ahead in preparation for being out next week, I managed to accomplish most of my goals for the week. However, it was not without a significant

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