Mike happened to be traveling this weekend for work so I had the weekend to myself. Bonus! I kind of feel bad saying it but then again I don’t. I really need me-time, time alone to just do my own thing.
Friday night I laid low and relaxed at home–watched Grey’s Anatomy, called my sister, got in bed
early at my normal time to read.
Saturday morning I woke up early thinking about my business so I did some brainstorming and drafting in bed. Then I sat in front of my happy light and watched an episode of Super Soul Sunday. I love Super Soul Sunday and highly recommend it if you haven’t seen it.
I went back to sleep for a little while. I love doing that.
When I woke up, I re-started my day with a little more energy. I went to my favorite coffee shop for some reading. I perused the bookstore for a little while and even treated myself to a new book. Then I went to Body Flow–haven’t been in forever so that felt great. After that I decided to go to Bed Bath and Beyond for some velcro rollers.
Maybe I came out with all of this:
I also stopped at Marshall’s and picked up a mirror for our bedroom, something I’d been meaning to do for a while. (It was in my letter to myself). It felt kind of bold at the time because I went into Marshall’s on a whim and was in and out of there with a mirror in about 10 minutes. I didn’t call Mike, I just gave myself permission to make a purchase like this. Go me!
Here’s how the rollers came out:
Saturday night I had a dinner meeting with some friends–I’m coordinating their wedding in two weeks and we went over all the details. Looking forward to sharing more about that soon!
Sunday morning I stayed in bed until I absolutely had to get up to get ready. My new friends Kristen and Rachel came into DC and we went to Tryst for chaippucinoes (chai with espresso).
During our conversation we were talking about reaching out to people we’re not close to share support, information they may be interested in, etc. We each had people in mind that we’d thought about reaching out to but for some reason or another just hadn’t–mostly because we thought maybe it would be weird.
I know from experience, from comments on the blog and from personal Facebook messages, how much a little note like can make someone’s day. So we decided that we would each reach out to some of those people this week and that’s where the challenge comes in.
Are there certain people you follow religiously on Facebook? You read their statuses, look through an entire album of photos even though you haven’t talked to them in real life for a while? I know, I do! For most of us, it stops there.
But it doesn’t have to. This week I challenge you to reach out to one of these people. Send a note to say hello, to let them know that you’re thinking about them, and whatever other positive things you want to say. Make this your own. Make someone’s day.
So what do you say? Are you in?