Making birdhouses…for your twitter account?! I thought they were for birds, but I guess in today’s world, we’ll do anything for technology. I have to admit, these are pretty cool if your twitter obsessed. Watch the video, and tell me of you think this is totally awesome, or down right bizarre. (Via Swissmiss)
I kid you not. This is really quite funny.
What have you learned from your mom? Here’s a few from me, and a chanting post about what Joanna Goddard has learned.
*don’t say hate unless its something really bad
*deep breathing can fix all your problems
*Never bake anything at the time or temperature directed, because “every oven is different”.
*use lots of ucerine and Vaseline on your skin and lips
*drink lots of tea
*she’s taught me how to eat healthy
*she’s taught me its not all about been skinny, or even thin or slim
*family is where it’s at
*always pee when you get the chance!
*tell the people close to you that you love them, once, twice, even three times a day, and hug them even more.
Oh boy, I almost got a little ready eyed. Care to share your top 10? (Image via WeHeartIt)
I found this cool search engine while looking in one of my favorite blogs (swissmiss). You can search anything, and it will come up with inspiration for you. Way cooler than google, right?! I haven’t explored it a lot, but I did search food, and it came up with these cute photos of food as if they were apps. I feel inspired already! How about you?
I found this quote extremely intriguing. Children needing to be bored. (Click the link to see the original post via Swissmiss.) To dream, imagine and observe the world around them. I really do believe media has begun to have too much of an influence on our lives.
Here’s another article from the NY times about your phone vs. your heart. Very interesting research.
What do you think about the quote? Is it good for kids to be bored?
This is such an interesting idea, about women having to describe their own looks. As I watched I thought about how I would describe myself to someone sketching me. This is something that I believe in so very deeply; the idea that we focus on the negatives and think we are way less beautiful than we are. This is a must watch for all women.
Over on A Cup Of Jo, the weekly challenge last week was to meditate for 10 minutes a day. I’ve been meaning to post about this, so why not just do it now.
I’ve had two instances this month where I meditated. 1.) Prom 2.) My first date. I was VERY anxious for both I these, with a knot in my stomach and a pounding heart a few hours before. So I say myself down and meditated. I breathed deeply, told myself it was all going to work put just fine, prayed a little, and . . .
It totally worked! I was fine afterwards. It might sound like an exaggeration, but I was so relaxed afterwards. It was like magic!
Do you meditate? If you don’t I’m encouraging you to try it the next time you’re stressed!
P.S. Thoureau quotes and a brain strengthening tip.
On the last day of April break my family and I went to pun quit for the day. Here’s a few pictures from the adventure:
I used to be obsessed with making friendship bracelets and wearing stacks and stacks of them during the summer. They’d just get dingy and gross, so I think sometime in the near future I will upgrade to these fancy ones, from A Beautiful Mess. Much classier than string and knots, don’t you think?