this was a good week
This was a good week! Here’s why:
• I felt really productive this week, Alex finished up the first quarter of her sophomore year (and she did great), and alleluia, our first real cool front arrives today in Houston. I may even wear a scarf.
• Speaking of cool weather clothing, I’m totally digging these handknit sweaters that blend into the background.
• And finally, for today’s soundtrack: the Sua family covers Lizzo’s Truth Hurts with the help of a toy piano. Be sure to watch the video all the way to the end.
I love them.
Click here or the image below to watch and listen.
Have a wonderful weekend, friends. See you next week.
join me at lime retreat (registration closes soon)!
Lime Retreat is back! Consider joining me for the brand new Lime Retreat on Saturday, November 16th, for a dream-making, goal-setting, strategy-activating day retreat with good food, good music and good fun! Held in a funky art gallery in downtown Houston, the day promises to set you on your way to curating a joyful, purpose-full life. In fact, maybe make a weekend of it.
Click here or the button below to register — space is very limited, and REGISTRATION CLOSES AT THE END OF THE MONTH.
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