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Last weekend I went to see Donovan Woods play at Koerner Hall. The space was so inspiring, as was his beautiful music and understated performing style. He is humble, kind, and so, so talented. Highly recommend checking out his latest songs if you don’t already follow him!
I was also lucky enough to be invited to Céline Dion’s concert this week! She is also supremely talented, so funny and charismatic, and damn, she had the most amazing costume changes. Have been jamming to her new single ever since.
I am back into knitting again, y’all!! Currently on my needles: this lovely little hat from Purl Soho (my fave place for free patterns). I’m trying to slowly teach myself Continental style and so far it’s going pretty well.
My friends at Make Lemonade launched a special “Boss Bonus” freebie this week which is so fun! Basically, it’s how you can give yourself an end-of-year bonus if you’re your own boss. So creative, fun, and interesting.
I really liked this podcast episode about the self-help books that changed the hosts’ lives. Some I’d read but others were new and I’m excited to check them out!
Another full week! I was teaching my fave course, Operations 101: Do More In Less Time at Make Lemonade this week (but you can still get it online here!), ended a cohort of my group program, went to a couple concerts, a baby shower, and another workshop, had client calls, welcomed a new member into The Foundery (yay!) and couldn’t sleep because of the full moon. Anyone else?! It’s been a wild ride and will continue to be until the holidays. This weekend I have a friend’s birthday dinner and am prepping for the holiday party I’m throwing for all my clients on Sunday. Should be a lot of fun! I hope you have a wonderful weekend too. xo.
PS. This is my last inspiration post until 2020! Happy holidays to you and yours. I’ll see you in January.