I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty over hearing every article that goes viral instructing me to be grateful. Yes, being grateful for all that you have can remind you of things that you take for granted. It can help you focus on all you have versus what you think is missing. Yadda yadda, I get it.
Hi, everyone. I’m excited to announce a new segment at Musings by the Bay: Tantalizing Tuesdays!
Every other Tuesday will be dedicated to yummy food posts. Musings by the Bay is a huge advocate for self-care and exploration and lately playing around in the kitchen has been nourishing my soul in surprising ways that have inspired me to share with you.
To kick off this segment, here is a recipe for these yummy berry parfaits.
We’ve all heard it before: if you don’t learn the lesson the first time around, you’re bound to see it resurface until the day that you do. And, chances are that with each repetition of the experience, the more brutal the consequences become of not “getting it” the first time.
Everything that surrounds us is undergoing constant change. Some of those changes are easily apparent – our favorite restaurant unexpectedly shuts down, people get older – but internal changes can be a bit more tricky.
Sometimes when we go through internal changes, even if they’ve been years in the making, it may seem that those changes happened over night and it can leave us with an intriguing confusion.
Oh mama. I have a confession.
I apologize for the scarcity of posts in the month of April. I took most of the month off and traveled to Fiji and Australia. As always, in the process of traveling, I collected many experiences and thoughts to share with you, but honestly it’s been difficult to get back into the swing of things.
I have so much to write, but I’m still digesting/processing, and when I sit and face my screen the words are jumbled because I’m still trying to untangle the thoughts. And, untangle them I will, but in the meantime, I’m going to ease back to the blog-sphere with some pictures of Fiji.
I remember my first time with the same vibrancy of feeling that I had when I first experienced it.