Photo-a-day 18: Look out your window.

deer

Yep, I’m a little stuck on seizing the moment, but sometimes it is easy for me to get locked into my tv screen, a book, a laptop, and/or four windowless walls.

Recently, though, I actually levitated myself from the recliner and was lucky enough to catch some visitors to the cul-de-sac.

And now…it’s time to contradict myself…yes, I told you to look out the window, but on those weather-traumatic days when you just want to tuck in, know this:

Watching Nature Documentaries Can Be Just as Good as Meditation for Wellbeing




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Photo-a-day 17: Celebrate the successes of others.

lisa colored pencil fruit in soup pot

In this case, I’m spotlighting my wife’s work with colored pencils.
She downplays her artistic skills so I guess it’s up to me to ‘up play’ them.
Doing this enriched my day and, I’m hopeful, did the same for hers.
In the midst of a normal work schedule, I would probably go years without taking this step.
Use that extra time to notice…
[Reminder: This blog is me preaching to meIf it resonates with you, all the better!]
Thanks for reading.

I’m working on a short book about lessons and realizations during my first year of retirement.


If you’re interested in this and/or
and a fun [in development] community site for retirees, just add the information below.

A promise: Your email address will not be shared and will be used to inform you of the book’s status