Mindful Monday // 2/4/19

Blooming carnation bush in front of my home <3

Oh hello, Monday.

Let’s take some mindful moments before we start our day.

This little Monday Mindfulness series is a chance for me to give space to take a pause, share thoughts and things that I’ve been loving and appreciate the little moments in life.


// Vision Board and 2019 Intentions

I wrote about my focus word for 2019 in this post and recently had the chance to create a vision board with some Stitch Fix friends. As you can tell, I’m drawn to beautiful and minimal spaces and the word “breathe” is a pattern throughout my board. For the last couple of years, I’ve been working on taking moments to be present and allow space to reflect, but this year I want to dive a little deeper and truly embody it. <3


// Hunter Refined Chelsea Boots

I busted out my new Hunter Refined Chelsea Boots last week during a lunch date with the hubby. I love that these don’t look like your typical rain boot and Hunter is committed to ethical trading and ensuring that their manufacturers provide a safe working environment for their employees.


// Reusable Unpaper Eco Friendly Towels

I’d been looking for a solution to replace paper towels use in our household for a while now and it took a bit of convincing on my part to get the husband on board (I even undrilled the paper towel holder off the wall!). I was so excited when I discovered these Unpaper towels by Natural Linens Boutique on Esty and am proud to say that we have all been so good about using these instead of paper towels! I love them so much that I already ordered another set!


// A Simple Salad

Sometimes all I crave is a simple salad for lunch with a tiny drizzle of balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Do you have a go-to salad?


// Em

Em started pre-school twice a week at the beginning of this year. Here’s a photo after picking her and Ri up last week <3

1 Comment

  1. October 6, 2019 / 11:47 am

    Thank you for helping out, fantastic information. “The four stages of man are infancy, childhood, adolescence, and obsolescence.” by Bruce Barton.

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