Friday, May 24, 2013

Friday Thoughts

Sometimes, when I can say "I've had a good week", I can't help but feel like I've accomplished something big.

Between receiving good news at work, attending an amazing Influence Network class on marriage by Susie (& Will) Davis, and taking some time to plan & dream with Sam about his photography business, I have been in a happy mood most of the week.

Plus, I'm jumping on an airplane tonight to go visit one of my best friends in Texas and that feels like the icing on the cake!  So excited for a little getaway full of girl time and snuggling her two littles!

This week's links are kind of a smorgasbord, but I got something out of each of them so I had to share: 

  • Speaking of girl time, Nina from According to Nina shared her Mother's Day gift from her husband and this idea has now topped my wish list.  It's not something I would have thought to ask for, but I love, love, love the idea!
  • One of my college friends, Tyler, wrote a post this week on living an Instagram life and as someone who spent 2012 posting one photo every day for the whole year, this post really made me stop & think about whether I'm living in the moment or the future... (and to be honest, it's usually the future.)
  • Lastly, Hayley, one of the co-founders of the Influence Network, and her husband shared a video this week on how to get your loved ones on board with your vision/ideas.  After spending some time this week thinking about the future of Sam Grable Photography, it was great to hear how dreaming & practicality can work together to achieve a common goal.  Plus, it was good to hear from a man's perspective on the whole topic.

So that’s what I’m thinking about this week.  What's grabbed your attention this week.

1 comment:

  1. I'm playing catch up this morning and just now seeing this post. I checked out the instagram post by your friend and I love it. What a great perspective! I love IG because it does allow you to capture quick snippets of a moment. And even more so, I love scrolling back through older photos. Very well put!