Inspiration: May 15

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Inspiration: May 15 >> Life In Limbo

This was a particularly good issue of the 3-2-1 newsletter! I’m obsessed with this quote: “Sometimes magic is just someone spending more time on something than anyone else might reasonably expect,” and this question: What does this make possible?

Such a hilarious & important reminder for any of us who may be trying to “make the most of” this pandemic (cough, cough, me).

Y’all IKEA is open for curbside pickup and I couldn’t be happier! Yahoo!

I’m a big fan of The Sorry Girls and have been loving watching this series about Kelsey renovating her new home!

This year for mother’s day, we got my mom a membership to Storyworth! I’m excited to read her stories, especially since the prompts are so interesting & thoughtful, things I might never otherwise think to ask.

Some good & smart pieces of advice in this list.

This episode of Some Great News made me so weepy and the advice the commencement speakers give is so good.

This week I was inspired by the Support Small Business sticker on Instagram and used it to feature my amazing clients & other small businesses that I love. You can see them all right here!


Happy Friday, friends! Hope you’ve had a great week thus far. I’ve been enjoying the sunshine & blossoms, and the fact that my beloved High Park is once again open to foot traffic. It’s so much less stressful to walk in the wide open spaces inside than it was to try to dodge people every 3 seconds while walking around my neighbourhood. I’m so grateful it’s accessible again. This weekend I have a virtual book club and am hoping to see my sisters from a safe distance! Hope you have a wonderful weekend too. xo.

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