lately I’m loving #29…

-this amazingly simple and inspirational tumblr page called, a well traveled woman, of images & quotes that will enliven your mind.

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-when do I ever not love Jacki Carr & Mary Beth Larue, but they nail it with this article for WANT (women against negative talk) and this one one on why failing rocks.

this drool-worthy banana chocolate chip pancakes recipe (vegan & gluten free)

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-these classic 5 TED talks for the working woman

-recent posts by Gracie (from Girl Meets Life). they’re real, relateable, and relevant – like this one on bikini acceptance & this one on dating relationships. #planAalltheway

-remembering why I write:

“I think people who are creative are the luckiest people on earth. I know that there are no shortcuts, but you must keep your faith in something greater than you, and keep doing what you love. Do what you love, and you will find the way to get it out to the world.” (Judy Collins)

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“If there is something that keeps tugging at your heart and showing up in your life, there is probably a reason…all the signs point to a beautiful design. and that must mean something; you must have much to contribute.” (-Darling Magazine, Issue 11)

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-have you ever had an experience or interaction with someone that altered the course of your life? or maybe someone you look up to or consider a leader? or maybe a moment with a person that had a tremendous impact on you? that’s what Drew Dudley calls a “lollipop moment” in his short & inspirational TED talk on “Everyday Leadership”. #gamechanger

-this anti-inflammatory smoothie and Clean, Green, Eats cookbook

this video from Propel Women on bringing value and giving loving correction as a leader (in any work/life environment)

these three tips for thriving (and making an impact) as an introvert  

-this list of 10 apps for road tripping

nomophobia – n. the fear of being disconnected, of being without your device, as in the fear of “no mobile phone.” are you addicted? the lifestyle brand, folk rebellion, also encourages this idea of disconnecting to connect. a #simplycomplicated concept? maybe.

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these four steps for pulling yourself out of a funk

“Obsessing over everything wrong only pulls you further from the contentment you ultimately seek…You must more on to the next step–thankfulness”. -Paul Perkins 

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these “lately I’m loving…” posts sure do generate a lot of gratitude for me. life is good – especially when you set your sights on looking for it everywhere.

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l o v e,

K.V

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