I found this reflection survey from a coworker, and I thought it was actually pretty cool. Remember facebook notes and how we would do random surveys? This is kinda like that!!! I know it’s kind of corny… but I think it’s pretty important to reflect on moments, time periods, events that happen in your life.
SUMMER’S ALMOST OVER 😦 😦 😦 😦
Some people get excited for fall. I am not one of those people. Once it’s around, I’m sure I’ll be happy and get into the festive mood, like I always do. But I CERTAINLY do not feel giddy in anticipation. I am not excited for: shorter days, colder weather, less outdoor activities, and generally less fun. Damn I’m bumming myself out right now.
To combat my sadness, I’m sharing my created playlist that I blared all summer long. Yes it is called amy’s feel good summer vibey playlist, because that is EXACTLY what it is.
Back in April, Kristen and I were embarking on a 10 day trip around the Southwest. On our way from Zion National Park to the Grand Canyon, we drove a few hours into Arizona during a beautiful sunset.
The timing worked out great: just as we crossed over the Arizona border, the sun was setting as the moon came up behind some INTENSE Arizona landscapes.
A goal of mine is to use my blog as an outlet to spread sustainable behavior and tips. So I’ll be doing some reviews on ‘green things’ – whatever I think I know enough on that could maybe encourage a reader or two to learn something or become a little more environmentally friendly.
First up: a review on a green book!
I’m back on the interweb, WATCH OUT! I took roughly 6 weeks off to gather my thoughts, ideas, and intentions. I felt like I was getting a tad rushed/hurried through the posts, which is not what I consider a good time.
The Grand Canyon. That one canyon that is the most grand.
Up until April of 2017, Grand Canyon National Park seemed like this fantasy place in the American Southwest where cool people went. Everyone knows about the Grand Canyon, which made me kind of nervous to go. Like I wrote in my post about Zion, parks like the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone are SO well known and get so much attention, I was almost a little less excited to go with such high expectations. I was nervous about not liking it as much as the world does!
But it holds up, guys. It was really really really great. Maybe even grand.