February​ Blessings

Good news! February was much better to me than January was. While it was, primarily, school-based, I took the time to immerse myself in the little joys every day. Because January was so anxiety-provoking, I really needed time to regather and I think I did a good job of achieving the balance I needed in order to thrive. Here’s to a month of self-reflection in the midst of school. I am hopeful that March will fill my expectations and follow in February’s footsteps: improvement!

FEB 4 – Today was one of the most amazing days I have had in awhile. I was able to dedicate the day to self-love and finished 17 pages of school reading/notes!

FEB 7  – Today I was able to spend time with my puppy, Lo, and watch a bundle of love and energy right before my very eyes.

FEB 8  – Today I was able to wake up to my dog, Gracie slowly creeping her way to my room. I helped her up on the bed and spent time cuddling with her.

FEB 9 – I enjoyed spending time going on a ride and taking in the beautiful scenery; as I waited in the front, I was able to see the reddish orange sunset peeking through the trees.

FEB 10 – I absolutely loved the drive I went on with the rain falling and the acoustic music playing.

FEB 12 – Yet again, my lovely Gracie girl (my doggie) laid with me as I woke up.

FEB 13 – I got to spend my day at a coffee shop getting work done and listened to John Mayer on the way home.

FEB 15  – I opened the gift my mother got me and was welcomed with bubble bath essentials, a mug, and chocolate. She knows my heart!

FEB 17  – Today I took a bath and it was glorious, lavender, of course and I was able to read 15 pages of my online book for my class!

FEB 18  – Today I completed four volunteer hours spending a lovely day with a bunch of children who were immersed in the culture of the Lunar New Year.

FEB 19  – I watched a documentary for school while indulging in all of my fave things like coffee and mac n cheese!

FEB 20  – I spent the day soaking up the sunshine. That being said, I was able to sit outside and do my reading for school as I watched over the puppy. Who knew I could actually multitask? 😉

FEB 21 – Today was amazing. I went to Sugarloaf and was able to try and live in the moment as I looked at all the beautiful views.

FEB 27 – Today was beautiful. I celebrated life with free pancakes, coffee, and accomplishment. I really resonated with the following statement: “Do something each day that brings you one step closer to your goal.”

10 Comments Add yours

  1. T. R. Noble says:

    Sounds absolutely lovely 🙂 !!!

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    1. Thank you! 🙂 I hope you are doing well!!! Blessings!

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      1. T. R. Noble says:

        🙂 I’m having some blah days, but otherwise doing well.

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      2. I’m so sorry to hear that. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers! I was thinking about your initial comment a lot last night and I never intended for these posts to incuate that my life is perfect. The goal for this segment within my blog was to encourage others to look for the little things in life that bring happiness and abundance in the midst of everyday circumstances! Blessings! Xoxo

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      3. T. R. Noble says:

        Oh girl, no no! I know these posts are not saying your life is perfect. These posts are just a really nice way of sharing the highlights and it does fulfill the goal of being happy in the small stuff 🙂

        Thanks for your thoughts and prayers 🙂 !!!

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      4. Anytime! I am glad you understand. It helps me so much and I hope it will inspire others as well! Much love!

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  2. It sounds like you had an amazing month! I pray that next month will be an even better one for you! Many Blessings, Grace. Xx

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    1. Thank you Grace! I really appreciate that! Blessings! Xoxo

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  3. hell0chloe says:

    Love this, it’s so important to be grateful for things each day! xx

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    1. Thank you! The goal of this column was to encourage grateful optimism! It really does make an impact! Blessings! Xoxo

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