1. I read here a list of 13 things you should do in June. I'm paraphrasing a little but basically...
Go on a road trip with your best friend, pick fresh strawberries, host a garden party, take a morning run, treat yourself to a flower bouquet, spend a whole day hiking, discover a new coffee shop, try a new ice cream flavor, read at least one book, visit a Farmer's Market, make a swing for your home, and visit a new city.
Which thing on the list do you most want to do? Road trip! Of the activities mentioned, which one holds the least appeal? Treating myself to a flower bouquet. How many on the list will you attempt in June? I don't run anymore but I do take morning walks so, that one. Going to the Farmer's Market is one of my favorite things to do so, that one too. I'm always reading books. What's one thing you'd add to the list? Host a baby shower for DD3 who will be a mommy in July!
Would you agree with that sentiment? Maybe. Explain why or why not. The way I take it is that when you look around and observe the world around you, you may realize that your circumstances aren't all that bad or, at the very least, something that you can change. Or maybe you'll find that you are ok with the way things are after all. Just stepping back and changing your view for a bit can make all the difference. If it's referring to actual travel however, I don't know.
Have a great rest of the week, y'all!