I will admit that I’ve been in a funk lately. I’ve felt what I’ve described as “blah” for awhile. Some days are better than others, but most days I’ve been feeling kind of stuck. And each time I catch myself getting down, I try to think of ways to pull myself back out. Life just doesn’t seem to be moving in the direction I thought it would… or moving at all really. But you can survive feeling like you’re stuck, and even get over that feeling. Here are my ways of how to survive:
Month: September 2015 (Page 1 of 4)
Ok, this is the last time I’m going to post about being a new blogger. I’m sure I will feel this way for a long time, but it is the last time you will hear it from me. I really appreciate everyone who has sent words of encouragement and stopped by the blog each week. I truly do. And I have one favor to ask of you…
Even though spring is obviously the “normal” time for spring cleaning, fall seems to be a wonderful time to declutter as well. I’ve been reading many posts about it lately and wanted to throw my own decluttering dilemma into the mix: how to declutter your childhood things.
Ok, I will not rant, but I will admit that this week has not been my favorite. I will rant semi-briefly at the end… I am really looking forward to this weekend though. Not just to try to break the spell of the bad week, but also because tomorrow I am attending a wedding of a couple that is perfect for each other. You know how sometimes you’re sadly not so sure about the couple? Not the case at all this time. And I’m so happy for them!
Anyway, onto my Friday favorites, after that odd introduction!
Whenever you think of big city New Year’s Eve celebration, you think of the New York ball drop, right? Well Chicago is aiming to change that. This year will be the first major Chicago New Year’s Eve event, called the Chi-Town Rising. While I’m not a huge fan of the name, I am very excited for the day.