Let 2014 be a year for underthinking, doing what you feel, and improving - your environment, yourself, your relationships - a general movement in all areas where the end goal is to improve.
*emoji prayer hands*
Lately during dinner we’ve been playing the “what was your favorite moment from 2013?” game. Turns out a lot of those moments were small things that didn’t feel super significant at the time, or, they were big things that happened as a result of smaller actions. Practicing yoga on a regular basis, the impromptu trip to a friend’s West Virginia farm, eating crabs on the water, special occasion dinners out, and nights at home.
This year I want to make sure I record more moments, big and small, as they happen. So to start, here’s a list of the tiniest things that are making me so content these days:
/ sleeping in on weekends with the help of my new christmas gift (there is something about sleep masks that let you sleep for possibly too long, something I haven’t been able to master until now)
/ WNYC’s Here’s the Thing (because Alec Baldwin’s voice may be the most soothing sound in the world. science.)
/ french pressed coffee from my favorite cafe in Charleston
/ drool-y cuddle sessions with the kitten
/ intermittently taking a break from the above with another christmas gift, Donna Tart’s “The Little Friend”
The photo above is from the “Dear Beds” photo series by Katherine Wolkoff - a dream piece for my walls.