Now that we can see the other side of the mountain (post-pandemic) I feel it’s time we take a deep breath and start to enjoy life once again. Thank you vaccines! I’m not alone with the thought, I didn’t think we would ever get here?
To finally see some light after a very dark 15 months gives us hope. Don’t get me wrong, we are not out of the woods yet, but at least we have hope. With that, this week is all about living.
Suggestions that will hopefully inspire and remind you of what it feels like to be “alive”.
The Sill Bird’s Nest Fern $54
This gorgeous medium-sized house plant is virtually maintenance-free, “Grant“ planter included. The Sill company was founded on the principles that plants make people happy by creating a time and space to nurture yourself while resting your eyes on something beautiful. I find the website totally fantastic, not only educational but very user-friendly too.🪴
Side note: plants convert the carbon dioxide we exhale into fresh oxygen. They can also remove toxins from the air we breathe. Amazing! thesill.com
Spread Your Wings and Fly (Priceless)
Okay, bare with me now. Let’s start small and work our way up. Bird Watching: No, you do not need to be retired to enjoy this hobby. Birds are so fascinating to watch, I’m totally into it. Buy yourself a pair of binoculars and get familiar with the birds in your home state. www.audubon.org
Fly A Kite
Pick a nice windy day and go to a local park or beach. Just be prepared to feel like a kid again. 🪁Wind Surfing or Hang Gliding: If either of these is on your bucket list. It’s time to cross them off. Nothing makes you feel more alive than a shot of adrenaline pumping through your veins. Plus, both happen to be a great workout. Learn more about these two activities with Cross Country Magazine and decide if you are ready to take the leap. xcmag.com
Become an Organ Donor❣️
Give the gift of life by donating your organs. You won’t need them, trust me, you can’t take them with you. Did you know there are currently 107,000 people on the national transplant waitlist and that 17 people die each day waiting for an organ transplant? The good news is, 1 person can save 8 lives. So please, join me and help lower these numbers. Register online today or go to your local motor vehicle department. www.organdonor.gov
The Last Line
What started as a means of necessity. Co-Founder Shelley Sanders found herself on the never-ending search for the perfect earrings or rings. What she found with the fine jewelry industry, was everything seemed to be dated and way overpriced. Until she decided to design her own.
The Last Line allowed her the freedom to play by her own rules and design “fine” as fun as it deserves to be. Having a career spanning 20 years as head designer for celebrating jewelry lines and several luxury jewelry houses, doesn’t hurt either.
If you have never visited this website, I urge you to. Every piece is beautifully made and incredibly unique. There isn’t one thing I don’t like. You’ll see. 💋thisisthelast.com
Best Friends Day June 8th
In honor of best friends day, I’d like to share one of my favorite items from The Last Line. Diamond Pave Bff Heart And Flower Pendant Set. $2,025 thisisthelast.com
I hope this week’s obsessions gave you some ideas for embracing life post-pandemic and don’t forget to celebrate best friends day on June 8th. I’d love for you to share my obsessions by clicking one of the social buttons below or by copying the link.
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