Four Simple Goals ... Before 2014
I discovered the Four Simple Goals ... Before 2014 on Positively Present blog. There's some really good stuff there - all of it inspirational.
Stuff like this:
For me these are simple and doable. I'll try to keep the blog updated with my progress.
If I can form these habits, then that will alter my outlook on some things and rev up the positivity all around, right?
Good luck to me. Very excited!
I like this idea from "She Learns as She Goes."
So I'm borrowing the idea as a way to get a quick post going. Here are my thoughts at this moment.
I was dreading some portions of today, but I managed and the day went by much more swiftly than I'd imagined.
A busy and productive week.
Something on the Food Network, but it's really just background noise.
To be excited about an upcoming opportunity. It will be life changing.
Music Monday 156 :: Ylvis "What Does the Fox Say?"
This viral vid is fun and energetic. Not to mention the content is hilarious. Waiting for the zoo keepers to chime in and tell us exactly 'what does the fox say?'
Oh, and there's a funny story behind the song too. I'll be using this for my Spinning class.
Music Monday 155 :: Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis "Thrift Shop"
Why am I just hearing this song and seeing this video? B/c I'm somewhat off my game. Smh. It's true. I can tell you honestly that I listen to Lenny Kravitz's "It Ain't Over 'til It's Over" (1991) several times a week; Public Enemy's "Fight the Power" (1989) is also in heavy rotation. The theme here is that I'm not listening to a lot of new music. But for no good reason. I'm not that person who thinks today's music is crap. I'm just ... doing other things.
Meanwhile, nearly a year after this song's release, I'm enjoying it like it's new. Word.
Watch out ... there's a good dose of profanity in there, but that beat is banging!
Music Monday 154 :: Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing
Aaah, it's been a long time. Too long in fact.
But here's a little something to bring you up to speed - a list of 10 songs. You're bound to like, say, 4 or 5, if not all 10.