May 16, 2014

Hello Friday...Bits 'n Bobs

Swedish-Hasbeens

This tweet, “Be the person you needed when you were younger” was one of the most thought-provoking ideas I’d ever come across.  It’s so obvious, so hopeful.  It’s beautiful if you think about it.  Trying to be more for others than you may have had yourself.  This isn’t easy because it requires the ability to be truthful with yourself; to be vulnerable and say, “Wow, I needed this in my life but didn’t get it.” And I’m referring more to fulfillment than material goods.  “Be the person you needed when you were younger” just speaks for itself.  It needs no explanation, and doesn’t everyone understand exactly what it means?  Have a wonderful weekend, lovelies.  I leave you with some Bits ‘n bobs.

{ } If you miss film and Polaroids, click here

{ } These cards make all other greeting cards seem outdated and predictable. 

{ } I love the science of body language.  Here’s how to read it. 

{ } A wonderful happy birthday breakfast idea.

{ } The many uses of coconut oil: face & body moisturizer, hair mask, makeup remover, cooking oil, baking ingredient. 

{Photo by TISLstyle. Trying on a pair of Swedish Hasbeens at Tani, Lower East Side}

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I really appreciate you thoughts on your post today. Someone once told me that one person can't be everything to you. We accept nurturing for different reasons from different people.

Kelly, I love your response. Thank you.

The quote today is very giving, loving and selfless. I couldn't think of a better way to start the weekend. Thank you for your post today.

How cute is that pancake birthday cake pile. Is that what you call it? LOL

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