The best things in life are free.
The older I get, the more I enjoy time to myself, strolling the streets, and taking in all the beauty around me.
As a city dweller, it’s easy to become conditioned to more- more action, more material things, and more excitement. However, with so much to see and so many beautiful things to take in, it doesn’t take any money or resources to have a wonderful day- just simple awareness.
I’m grateful to be able to stop and smell the roses- with a little mindfulness and gratitude, you’ll see that the simple pleasures in life truly are the best.
I dated someone for a few days who called me “sunflower.” 🌻 We met on the street in Central Square and after a brief few days, I decided I DO prefer being alone (at least for now).
Nevertheless, it was a reminder from the universe to keep shining my light!
Now, I see sunflowers EVERYWHERE. My mission and purpose isn’t to partner up, live a conventional life, or to do selfish things any longer- it’s too help others and spread awareness.
The world needs it.
Spring always makes me excited for new things.
Fresh flowers, warm afternoons, picnics, sailboats, baby animals, and new love.
Springtime is a season of rebirth, blossoming, and getting out of hibernation. As it finally warms up in New England, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying my summer sundresses and sandals. I hope you’re enjoying the springtime season as much as I am.
Springtime makes me look forward to new projects, too. Spring is the perfect season for taking action, moving forward, and taking chances.
As I smell lilacs on warm evening walks or enjoy the cool breeze through my window, it keeps me mindful and “in the now.” Being able to enjoy the moment and appreciate the little things in life is truly living beautifully at its best.