You’ve Got Mail
Don’t you just love the fall? I do… It makes me want to buy school supplies. Ok, ok… I took that from my favourite movie – You’ve Got Mail. But! I do love the fall and it does make me want to buy school supplies, go back to school shopping, drink a pumpkin spice latte and walk in the forest among the changing leaves. So, as I become a new welcomed alert notification of ‘You’ve Got mail’ in your inbox, I’m pleased to tell you that I’m back from a fabulous summer hiatus.
Do it with passion or not at all… Anonymous
How was your summer? Did you do anything exciting? Did you experience laughter and use that luggage of yours for a much-needed vacation? Or, did you simply relax on your weekends and enjoy evenings with friends and family?
The summer around here was AMAZING, INSPIRING, RELAXING, and ADVENTUROUS.
Not only did new blog ideas come forth (stay tuned for some amazing, inspiring, and adventurous blogs to aid in any personal and travel needs), but the summer was filled with many family and/or friend get-togethers, as well as a last minute 25th anniversary travel adventure with my husband.
It’s important – even while on hiatus from work, school, and even blogs – to create events that inspire you. Do activities that uplift you. Explore avenues that serve others and plan ahead for future events.
It’s almost like doing a Fall Dream Board, or for me.. a Blog Bubble.
If you are stuck or even have your head full of ideas, but unsure where to start – do a fall dream board or a blog bubble of your own. It’ll help organize your thoughts and allow you to be creative at what you are meant to do. I’m so happy to be back in your inbox. So stay tuned for that alert notification ‘You’ve Got Mail’ on Wednesdays. Maybe even watch that movie. It’s my absolute favourite and a must see in the fall (at least for me). If – while you are doing your own blog bubble – an idea pops into your brain that you’d love for me to write about – let me know. Click the link below and I’d be happy to consider your idea. Inspiration comes from many aspects and sometimes right from another brain. I welcome ideas – always.