Apples (or more specifically, apple goodies) I remember one time where I tasted the bite of a fresh apple, and thought I had bitten into heaven. My dad had taken me on the longest hike ever, and both of us forgot to bring any water. By the time we were walking past the neighbourhood apple orchard (like a million hours into our hike), those apples looked like water-y, life-giving deliciousness, and I just had to have a bite. So we did. And like I said, I thought I had died and gone to heaven it was so good. But generally speaking I don't really like apples. I mean, I like them, but noooot really. I'll almost always pick a banana or a bunch of grapes. I say that, and yet when it comes to apple 'goodies', I love them! I LOVE apple pie (who doesn't) and I love homemade apple sauce, especially with a dollop of vanilla ice cream. Or apple crisp? All time fave. I love apple cider. I love apple juice! But an apple? No thanks. Weird, right?
Felt pillows. I bought a felt pillow a couple months ago, and I love love love it. It is so…pretty. It's got these beautiful petals all over it, and it gives the feel of a lovely blue flower. I hate to admit this, but it's a bit silly, because it isn't very functional. Any time we go to lay on the couch and snuggle in, we end up moving the pillow to the other side of the couch, so we don't 'wreck' it. Ryan will probably laugh when he reads this, because he called it right from the start. He doesn't really believe in things (especially pillows) that aren't functional. I think it's pretty. I win.
And here I am realizing I've got something nasty on the bottom of my fab boot during our business photo shoot (with the pillow, of course!)
Game Changers This week, I bought a book that truly inspired me. I read it in two sittings, and I can't wait to go through it again, but this time with a notebook. I think it is so important to make sure you invest in things that inspire. Whatever it is, just buy the book, or watch the video-clip. I think by investing the time into reading this book, it will be a game-changer in the way I approach this next year in my business. You heard it. Game. Changer. Love it.