In July, Why Don't You...

Monday, June 29, 2015

Listen to an audiobook

Repaint the frame of an old mirror for new life


Camp in a national park


Practice Yoga 

Try a new braid to get the hair off your neck


Finish a crossword puzzle

Jam out a music festival 

Cut soda pop out of your life!

Renew your library card

Press some flowers

10 comments

  1. Such an inspiring list! Audio books have been on my mind lately as I'm not a big reader :(

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  2. I love these kind of posts from you, they are one of my favorites! ^_^ Currently trying a new braid, but it isn't going so well, I have two left hands!

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  3. New braid! Pressing flowers! I love these little simple lists.

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  4. I've been listening to Harry Potter! Love the audiobooks :)

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  5. I love these lists, they're definitely inspire me to change up or try new little things. I definitely want to do some camping this month!

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  6. I always enjoy these posts of yours. They are such nice ideas for adding a bit of goodness to ones life that otherwise might not have been thought of. Sorry I've been a bit absent as of late-but I always enjoy reading your posts! :D

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  7. I regularly listen to audiobooks, do yoga and go camping! Yay!

    I should really try some of the others though. :D My hair might be getting long enough for a braid to be worth trying again!

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  8. Do you have any audio book recomendations? I just finished "Wild" and loved it....
    xoxo
    Taylor
    http://www.nothingbutapigeon.com

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    1. It really depends on what you like to listen to/read. I mostly listen to nonfiction (but mostly read fiction...), and what I chose to listen to was often dictated by what was available at the public library. That said, I loved The Lost Painting by Johnathan Harring (his other book is good too). I like a lot of history, so loved The History of the World in 6 Glasses, and I loved anything by Joseph Ellis who primarily writes about American Revolution and the 1790s time period. Freakonomics was also good as was Tipping Point. I think Lean In is probably also a good book to listen to or read.

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