Week/End

go deep

I started putting together a list of links for this week, but to be honest, it was a short list and I didn’t want to fill it with fluff, so instead, I thought I’d share this quote that came up in my Facebook feed earlier in the week. It’s an old post from Humans of New York, but I think it’s one of the best things I saw all week. The quote is a response to the photographer asking the subject, “If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?” She responded, “Go deep.” Very wise, no? Something to keep in mind if any waves came your way this week…or are on the horizon for next! But in between them, I hope you have a wonderful, restful weekend. We’re taking it easy for the most part, though heading up to Napa for the day on Sunday to hopefully catch some warm weather and sunshine. Any fun plans before the Fourth of July?

 

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Image via Death to Stock with graphics added by Victoria McGinley

"All we wanna know is where the stars came from, but do we ever stop to watch them shine?" - Jon Bellion

The Word

summer afternoon - to me, those have always been the two most beautiful words in the english language

Loved this quote about the season, especially after the glorious weather San Francisco had yesterday (we ate dinner al fresco and it was in the 70s even at 7pm!). Hope you’re enjoying June’s lazy, beautiful days, evenings, and of course, afternoons.

 

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Image via Death to Stock with graphics added by Victoria McGinley   ·   Quote found here

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The Word

if you have a great ambition, take as big a step as possible in the direction of fulfilling it

Some motivation to help you kick off your week! Anything you’re hoping to tackle in the next five days? On my agenda: finishing up a big e-comm project, organizing our home filing system (it’s years overdue), creating some decorations for this Saturday’s Cinco de Mayo party, and trying out Barry’s Bootcamp for the first time (I’m a little nervous, slash, please send heating pads now). I’d love to hear what you’re working on this week, if you care to share.

Cheers to the week ahead!

 

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Quote and attribution found here; image via Death to Stock; graphic created by Victoria McGinley