I am so completely smitten with the idea of this Wish Tree that Daniela from Rubber Soul created. They found a tree, hung their wishes from the branches & then left the fixings so others could do the same. The first time she went back to the tree no one had left any wishes. The second time she went back, look what she found. This is so very magical, it moved me to tears. How amazing is it that Daniela gave these people this gift, the gift of giving their wishes voices? I want to do this. I want to do this times 10.
The Great Ding Dong Ditch is over but that doesn’t mean that you still can’t get in on the fun. Kindness Girl’s mission was to Ding Dong Ditch a house (or many) with kindness. What is Ding Dong Ditchin’ you ask? Simply leave something nice on a doorstep, ring the doorbell or knock & run away as fast as you can. This would be such a great summer activity to do with your friends or kids! Don’t have the extra money to spend on gifts, you could use some of our Freebies!
I’m such a sucker for a good quote. Check out these awesome Printable Quote Cards Erin made, love them!
Want to learn how to paint? Paint. Want to make jewelry? Make jewelry. Want to write? Write. Want to climb a mountain? Climb. I couldn’t agree with this statement more. Tara says Get Some Dirt Under Your Nails, I say, Hell. Yeah.
Join Laura in the 90 Days of Kindness Challenge she is holding. Be kind [to one person, cause, thing, whatever] for 90 days. She says, Kindness is radical living. Love it.
Sarah Von shared the above video — it seriously made my day & gave me the tingles. Thank you, Sarah!
Gala Darling’s 100 Ways You Can Start Loving Yourself Right Now is an oldie, but goodie, I re-read it at least every other week. My fave ways to get some self-love started : media black out days & setting enormous goals for yourself. Because, why not? Speaking of Gala Darling, she’s got an awesome giveaway going on right now — you should totally check it out!
I love this interview featuring Carmen Torbus that went up on Your Courageous Life! Carmen always gets me so jazzed on things, reading her interview helped get me out of my head & refocus. Thank you, Carmen.