Say hello to the last Friday of June…can you believe it? Lately, June has felt like August so maybe we’ll get lucky and August will feel like June…probably not though.
So, I needed a new, bigger desk so I ordered one from Office Depot and then spent an evening putting it together along with a filing cabinet. Let me tell you, I hate putting together furniture! It’s so tedious and time consuming. Assembling it, I thought about those people who have to write the directions, they must be pretty intelligent folks. I could not write those directions if I had to. Now I have a new beautiful desk and filing cabinet, plus a blister on my thumb and sore hands from using a screw driver 3,982 times. (ps: this is not a favorite!)
But these are…enjoy!
☞ Need tips on how to pitch your business, product or idea?
☞ What to do if you hate your job…I did, so I started my own business.
☞ I do love a notebook/journal…gotta learn how to bullet journal.
☞ Speaking of starting your own business….here’s what not to do.
☞ I was so happy that Cleveland won!
Have a great weekend…since next Friday is the start of a long, holiday weekend…I’ll skip it and return on Friday, July 8th. Stay cool.
If you know me or have read even a few of my blog posts you know that I am a huge believer in showing gratitude. I have many gratitude journals, lists and gratitude practices. Almost everyday on the drive to work or home I do a 10 finger gratitude list. Yep, it’s very scientific, you count on your ten fingers ten things you are grateful for that day.
Much of my gratitude is about what I am grateful for in my life. The other day I was writing about how grateful I am for my circle of girlfriends and how much they mean to me. I started thinking about what I would ‘wish’ for them…what does each of my girlfriends need in their lives and could I send this to them through gratitude. So…I started a list in Evernote called “Wishes for my Girlfriends” and I write down each of their names and put a wish into the universe for them. It was very refreshing to think about gratitude for someone else and make a wish for their happiness.
Here are examples:
My wish for (insert name) is for her to follow her dreams. No matter how big or small, I want her to take the road less traveled, step off the edge and focus on her true north. I want (insert name) to be immensely happy.
My wish for (insert name) is vision. I want her to always know something great is out there for her and that she’s making a difference everyday even when she doesn’t think so.
I cannot tell you how good this felt. I always feel great after doing a gratitude exercise, but there was something about making wishes for someone other than myself that felt even more gratifying. I encourage you to give this a try, it can be really uplifting for you. I have only shared my wishes with a couple of my girlfriends, for the most part, I want it to be my secret. Just someone out there wishing great things for their life without them knowing it.