Weekend Wisdom: Once you simplify, it’s easier to recognize what is not for you.
All I need is less.
Most of us agree that the best part of our phones is the camera. We can take pictures easily, rapidly, affordably and our photos are always at our fingertips.
That said, if (like me) you want to be less attached to your phone, the camera feature (like all of the features) is a slippery slope. How often are you taking a picture when a text or notification comes across diverting your attention. Or, after taking a picture, do you feel compelled to share it on Instagram or send to a friend, or edit to make it brighter or better?
Photography is a treasured art form to me that started to lose the art part with the phone. I dragged my feet letting go of my film cameras, and then again moving from a 35mm digital camera to using my phone camera most of the time.
If you have a camera and and want a break from your phone, try using your camera this weekend. It won’t be as convenient, but it will make you smile.
Ok … onto the favorites:
4 tips for splitting the bill when your friends drink and you don’t.
Read books by these 6 Black Women Authors to better understand Blackness in America.
How to create a morning routine based on your energy levels.
Looking forward to listening to this new podcast.
10 simple ways to rest and relax.
Looking for some easy dinner music? Here you go.
I am making this for dinner tonight.
She knows how to say no.
If you’d like your mornings to suck less, try these 8 nighttime habits.
Busyness isn’t what it used to be.
This time last year, I wrote this.
10 things you didn’t know you could put in the laundry.
Excited to start this book.
This is the ultimate self-care practice.
Love these beautiful, wise words.
If you want to know where you belong, take the time to watch this.
This week’s Instagram favorite is from @tinybuddhaofficial as a reminder that if you want to work towards world peace, you must eat when you are hungry.
I hope you enjoy this edition of Weekend Favorites and have a beautiful, safe, healthy, loving weekend.
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