It’s Sunday; snow’s falling, brunch is calling and I just remembered I have tomorrow off. Yippee Skippy!
Chatting with a colleague recently, I used the squirrel analogy ~ never heard of it? It goes like this:
Make a decision and take what comes with it. And not deciding is taking action, too.
It’s January and we’re bombarded by “diet” ads on TV, including NukeyourSystem, Weight Counters, you name it. Radio ads tout gym memberships and today’s newspaper featured “deals” on “heart healthy” prepacked frozen foods with green (think healthy) packaging. This picture below made me laugh because it is so much closer to reality:
Lately I’ve tuned out the noise, enjoyed the “off” button on the TV/Radio/iPhone and found myself devouring a box of joy, see below:
“The greatest gift is the passion for reading.
It is cheap, it consoles, it distracts, it excites,
it gives you knowledge of the world and experience of a wide kind. It is a moral illumination.”
— Elizabeth Hardwick
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What are you reading? And did you make any New Years resolutions?