Photos, Phrases, and a Little Flexibility

Sometimes I read other blog posts that inspire me and I think about sharing ideas from them with you, but especially when I don’t have a lot of time, I tend to “save them,” like good china, for another day and a longer post. Unfortunately, many of these wonderful little nuggets never actually make it to a post or get shared as they deserve.

I also take a lot of photos that I enjoy and believe others might enjoy as well, but so many of those don’t end up getting shared either. They stay tucked away in a folder (or several folders since I haven’t had time to organize them), unseen … unknown … unloved. 😦

So, I’ve decided to put some of my perfectionism aside and do a little more sharing a little more often. Even if I can’t write a long post, I’m going to make more of an effort to put together some of my favorite thoughts, inspirations, quotes, etc. (giving credit and passing on links to original sources as appropriate) along with some of my own photography, perhaps providing a little encouragement, a ray of sunshine, or an important reminder, at just the right time for someone who needs it.

When I share these thoughts and photos in the future, they won’t be accompanied by a lot of text. That’s the part that takes more time and keeps me from actually posting. Of course, I will still be writing longer entries as I can, but I hope you will enjoy these smaller more frequent bursts of “sunshine” and reminders to take a little time for yourself.

Simple Life

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2 thoughts on “Photos, Phrases, and a Little Flexibility

  1. dettinger47 says:

    Good thinking, Nina. The short helps balance out the long.

  2. Nina says:

    Yes, but I haven’t been very good about keeping up with doing this. Going to work on that. 🙂

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