Love A La Carte features all the little things that make my life just a little more delicious.
The Bunny Buddhism Twitter account: it reminds me to be compassionate, both towards others and myself and gives me a sense of calm. The little bunny is adorable and offers some great wisdom. It’s one of my “Can’t Miss” accounts.
These scrumptious Strawberry Balsamic Brownies.
Anya Marina: her alternative style, poignant lyrics, and lovely voice speak to me. Her music doesn’t make me sad, but is nonetheless cathartic. If you haven’t listened to her before, give Felony Flats a listen.
Smith’s Rosebud Salve is the best lip balm in the winter… great for dry and chapped lips. And it smells like roses.
The soundtrack to Neil Gaiman’s Stardust always puts me in a creative mood. Thank you, Ilan Eshkeri.
Acts of kindness towards folks I am truly thankful for. I like giving as much as I like receiving. It warms my heart when I can make someone’s day.
This project: You Are Good Enough. A project to promote positivity and self-esteem. I love it.
Mandarin oranges. Tiny, tasty, and fresh fruit goodness. They’re easy to peel and eat and I’ve been eating them all day at work.
This explanation of and how-to guide on creativity from ZenHabits. Definitely keeping these how-tos in my back pocket.
Positively Present’s Finding Yourself: A Workbook might just jump-start your heart. Go take a look and take yourself on a journey of self-discovery.
This post on How to Increase Productivity by Simply Disconnecting is full of some great advice.. Sometimes getting off the internet, turning off the phone, and keeping your head down is the best way to get things done. Multitasking is a thing of the past. Unitasking is what it’s all about.
How about some spring cleaning? Nouvelle Daily tells us How to Declutter. I’m ready to open the windows, crank some tunes, and get my space back to spic and span.
Elle gives us some insight into the way female executives define success with 11 Secrets to Success from Top Female Executives. What’s your definition of success? Some of mine come with my Core Desired Feelings and the goals that go along with them.
“A plan is a nice thing to have, but a career is an obstacle course. Not a path,” says Kristen Peck, executive vice president at Pfizer.