Can’t decide what’s cuter... Simba or a huge G&T after a long week at work 🦁🍸
On Friday night we had our first experience at @everymancinemanewcastle and it was lovely 😍 I broke the price down on my story and it’s not a cheap night out, definitely one for a treat, but I’d go back for a special occasion 😊 The film was lovely... but didn’t blow me away. The opening scene is the best part and Simba is cute but I wouldn’t rush to watch it again! Have you seen it yet? 🎥🍿
THIS PLACE!!! I wish I took more pictures of the outside and patio. Those folks in Fargo sure know how to build a brewery @drekkerbrewing We sampled People Eater, Brain Squeeze Mango/Guava, Secret Handshake with a pint of my favorite, Freak Parade. We need to go back for more beer 🍻 and more pictures 📷 soon. •
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About a 12 incher. Keep growin’ little fish nugget! 🎣
The western coast of Michigan is one of my favorite places to road trip. Here’s a quick shot from a trip a couple weeks ago with my mom when we stopped in Frankfort. The opposite perspective you usually see from Point Bestie!🤔
Tomorrow I’ll be dropping a YouTube video with a little life update + footage from this trip. Click the link in my bio to subscribe to my YouTube channel & stay tuned for tomorrow! ❤️🎥
I’ve been feeling a lot of pressure recently to “get shit done.” This little Forced Joy Project is ramping up in all kinds of exciting ways, but honestly, I haven’t been super motivated to follow through lately. Life is busy and summer is fleeting, and instead of researching or writing, I’d rather spend my extra time enjoying the outdoors with my friends and family. I’ve been struggling to balance it all, but recently I’ve decided that it’s okay. It’s okay that this season is spent offline more than online. Because we all know - winter is coming. And when it does, I’ll have plenty of time to edit copy and update the website and interview people and move forward on all my plans for the Forced Joy Project.
So I’m letting go of the guilt. I’m admitting defeat that I can’t (and shouldn’t) do it all right now. And I’m going to enjoy this all too short summer season because these long days of sunset bonfires and early morning swims won’t be available forever.
Anyone else having a tough time balancing work and play right now? How do you learn to trust you’ll get the work done, let go of the guilt, and just be?