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Pea Head is taking a vacation. I am Pea Head. I got that nickname in Turkey. Someone there discovered that my head is in fact, very small. It is hidden underneath really fluffy hair, so you probably haven’t ever noticed. That is another story for another day…
But, this Pea Head is tired. September was one of the busiest months I have ever had in years. Full time mom, speaking engagements, helping build an anti-trafficking organization, writing guest posts, dealing with a family member who is having some challenges…it was a bit out of control to be honest.
In the midst of my stress headaches I began to evaluate Lark & Bloom. I love writing & telling everyday stories, but I feel as if God is wanting to clarify somethings for me regarding this blog. It has been a total hodge-podge of thoughts, which is a pretty good reflection of it’s author.
This image puts it well. I want to take the month of October to create Lark & Bloom’s future. Nothing major – it isn’t suddenly going to become a recipe blog or a place to find do-it-yourself tips. In fact, you may not notice much of a change at all.
However, I need a bit more internal direction when I sit down to write. So, Pea Head is going to take some time to get inspired, envisioned and have a bit more of an understanding of what I want Lark & Bloom to be.
Look forward to seeing you all in November!
I need this advice. It sounds silly, but I often forget to do what makes me happy. I bought a ringtone for the first time EVER the other day. The song makes me smile. My phone rings at least 20 times a day, so this purchase insures that I will smile at least 20 times.
Not a bad investment. This week I am trying to figure out how to incorporate more of the things that make me smile into my week.
I am hoping to add more of the following:
- aimless walks
- chat with friends
- hot drink parties
- cooking from scratch
- meeting interesting people
- finding design that challenges my view of something
- finding buried treasure. I haven’t actually done this, but I bet it would be fun.
- Visiting new places
- learning about topics that aren’t practical, but I find interesting. Things like the history of American feminism.
You can ask me in a few weeks if I have actually done more of these things.
What things make you happy that you should do more of?