Crossing the Line

I’ve been using the pour over coffee dripper for my coffee each morning for a while now. It offers flexibility in cup size, and on Monday we go big. It will fill any size cup you choose to sit under it. You just have to measure the right amount of water for the size of… Continue reading Crossing the Line

The First Step

I woke up at 4am, and couldn’t decide whether or not to go back to sleep. It’s amazing how many tiny choices we make in a day, with each one altering the next. I began thinking of my French Press and how I haven’t used it very much. It was one of those things Barb… Continue reading The First Step

Moments of Gratitude

There’s something about November that brings gratitude to the forefront. I saw a post written my Michelle GD and signed up for her Gratitude notes. This morning, I found myself looking forward to her email of ‘Day Two’. Michelle and I have similar philosophies. It’s the little things in life that I’m grateful for the… Continue reading Moments of Gratitude

Set the stage

I don’t have a set time to go to bed. Knowing how many hours sleep is needed, the earlier I go to bed, the earlier I wake up. If I stay up late, I wake up later than usual, but that’s okay at the end of the week. I prepare my bedroom first thing in… Continue reading Set the stage

Know Your Flow

To prepare for sleep, I chose to halt the flow of day into evening. Work was one of them, which was mentioned in the previous post, and we’ll dive deeper into working from home soon. Today we’ll keep walking toward a good night’s sleep. You know my love for coffee, and the coffee bar was… Continue reading Know Your Flow

Worth the View

A Blogger friend commented on the photo in A New View. When my daughter and I walked out of the newly built house mentioned in that post, she glanced my way, as if trying to read my thoughts. The house was nice enough, but the view was no better than where I am now. My… Continue reading Worth the View