Weekend Wisdom: There are a bunch of factors that are outside of your control when it comes to health AND there are bunch that are within your control. Focus on the ones within. Take care of you.
It’s been a long week. I know you can relate. Thursday afternoon in an Austin airport hotel room, I switched flights at the last minute and came home, postponing the rest of the Project 333 Book Tour. I know it was a necessary decision but it was heart breaking too. I started writing Project 333 in 2018, and the tour planning began almost a year ago. I’ve been working with a team of wonderful people, bookstores and venues around the country and YOU to create something really special.
And it was. And it will be again.
We’ve reached out to attendees for all tour events in March with a plan and anyone who was planning to attend in April can expect an email next week with next steps for getting books and what we have planned in between. I’ve got you!
Project 333 (the book and course) are still going strong and even more importantly, I want to be here for you during this stressful time. I had to put my own oxygen mask on first which meant two days of tears and celery juice, and talking to dear friends and family and now I’m here for you.
I want to help you stay healthy, panic less, be entertained, clean out your closets and whatever you need in these moments of uncertainty. We are going to get through this together. Starting next week, I’ll be doing more live calls and if you think of other ways you want to stay virtually connected, I’ll consider them.
I love our Be More with Less / Project 333 Community and am so grateful for your understanding, patience, love and kindness. ⠀⠀
Ok … onto the favorites.
An interview with Gretchen Rubin where I answer a few questions including, “Is there a particular motto or saying that you’ve found very helpful?”
Since I’m not traveling for awhile, I’m upping my reading game, starting with this book.
On Social Distancing: I’ve been training for this for a long time.
It’s important to be informed but remember, breaking news is broken.
Freedom through fashion: A new podcast episode on a new podcast.
These times call for comfort music.
If you have to work from home for awhile, these tips will help.
11-Year-Old Fashion Mogul And Entrepreneur Opens Thrift Shop In Brooklyn
If you missed last week’s Soul & Wit episode “On Being Overwhelmed,” this might be a good time to listen.
This is for the next time you are caught in the comparison trap.
And my Instagram fav of the week is from @lindsayrich for perfectly summing up the week we’ve all had.
I hope you enjoy this edition of Weekend Favorites and have a beautiful, safe, healthy, loving weekend.
P.S. The new Project 333 Video Course starts soon. Learn more about what’s included here. If you don’t have the Project 333 Book yet, there is a discount available for the course that covers the cost of most books.