Journal Entry 004


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What I'm loving lately 

this article about spectrum alcohol abuse
this take on the real reason behind divorce
social psychologists explain here why couples tend to look alike
this pressed powder that i'm currently loving
this account of the wellness industry comparing it to an epidemic
this reminder to be more mindful with our technology  
this life advice from a 30-year-old to their 20-year-old self
catching up with cole sprouse and his unconventional perspectives on life
the anatomy of an irresistible checklist or worksheet

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What I'm grateful for

muted tones
dance parties
knowing all the words
becoming the voice you needed to hear
dainty + meaningful jewelry
new adventures + coming back home
contagious laughter + inside jokes
a love that weathers all seasons
rest + relaxation
finding inspiration in everyday things


Words to use more often

sparse: thinly scattered or distributed, thin
gaunt: extremely thin and bony; emaciated or grim
tenor: course of thought or meaning that runs through something written or spoken; tone
fraught: filled or laden (with); charged, tense, anxious
surmise: to think or infer without certain or strong evidence; conjecture, guess



of the day

Happiness doesn’t lie in conspicuous consumption and the relentless amassing of useless crap. Happiness lies in the person sitting beside you and your ability to talk to them. Happiness is clear-headed human interaction and empathy. Happiness is home. And home is not a house; home is a mythological conceit. It is a state of mind. A place of communion and unconditional love. It is where, when you cross its threshold, you finally feel at peace.
— Dennis Lehane



hope you're having brilliant time
until the next one,