Sunday, November 13, 2011

Five of My Guilty Pleasures

Life gets so hectic at times - we forget to take care of ourselves.  I have been blessed with the opportunity to work on creating my own business during the past three months.  Well I tell you ~ this working from home and starting a business is NOT for the faint of heart!  I have found that I have a really hard time balancing everything working from home - chores become intertwined with creating.......before I know it ~ the day is gone. 

I've been eating, living, breathing, trying to create product........I wake up thinking about it........go to sleep thinking about it..........and quite frankly haven't been taking very good care of myself!  So I dedicate this next week to indulging in at least one of my guilty pleasures each day. 

Five of my Guilty Pleasures:

(1)  Marshmallow Creme (by itself or just about anything)
Think I'll try these strawberries dipped in marshmallow ~ looks yummy

http://pinterest.com/pin/436249083/

(2)  Books Books Books ~ Love to Read
(Haven't indulged in this lately - so think I'll visit the Library this week )
Maybe I will pick up:

"Dreams of Joy" by Lisa See

or maybe this.......
http://www.susangregggilmore.com/

(3)  PINTEREST - Yes I love it.....Yes I'm addicted.....and Yes I feel guilty!

http://pinterest.com/pin/252336067/


(4)  Big Fat Fluffy Soft Slippers
Like these......from one of my favorite stores ~ Garnet Hill

http://www.garnethill.com/terry-thong-slippers/121707


(5)  Just do NOTHING - maybe sit outside......have a Fall picnic....... and look up at the sky, the trees, the birds......
http://pinterest.com/pin/366858513/

Well there you have it.....five of my guilty pleasures ~ I'll let you know how it goes.  What are some of your "guilty pleasures"?

“In the best of times, our days are numbered anyway. So it would be a crime against nature for any generation to take the world crisis so solemnly, that it put off enjoying those things for which we were designed in the 1st place: the opportunity to do good work, to enjoy friends, to fall in love, to hit a ball, and to bounce a baby.” ~ Alistair Cooke ~







8 comments:

  1. Hey Becky, long time no see. Good song selections.

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  2. Norman! Great to hear from you - that's my smile for the day! It's been too long my friend!

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  3. the slippers look so comfy! makes me want to go buy some....

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  4. Making rounds from Bridge and Beyond to say hi, and to make sure everyone knows details of a contest with 3 winners will be posted a bit later today. Hope to see you soon.

    Haven't joined pinterest yet, been trying not to, as I don't have time for another time consuming thing...lol

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  5. Visiting bloggers who've donated today, who's locations still haven't been updated on Bridge and Beyond. Looked for your profile here, but don't see one. What state are you from? Please pop over and leave a comment on Bridge and Beyond and let us know.
    sandy

    wow, it's been a long time since you've blogged.

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  6. Visiting all Bridge and Beyond blogs on my blog log to remind everyone Fall is upon us. Hope you're gearing up with your yarn, the homeless and others in need depend on us. Comments and visits to the blog have fallen off, causing the blogs placement to slid. Please visit, leave comments, lets us know you were there...it does help.

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  7. I'm out and about blog visiting today from Bridge and Beyond. It's a New Year, 2013 and we've got lots of new things going on. Please hop over for a visit, spend some time, leave comments. That helps the blog you know. AND catch up on all the new information. Did you know we're not just knitters and crocheters anymore? Do you Quilt? Did you know we have a Facebook Group now? AND there's more. See you soon.

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  8. Popping round to everyone on the blog list that's donated to let you know Bridge and Beyond is involved in a blogging challenge for the month of April. Would love you to visit, to read, to comment...that's all part of the challenge. Thank you for support. Even if you're not currently knitting or crocheting, or looming, the visits, reading, and commenting are helpful and appreciated.

    Sandy at Bridge and Beyond

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