I'd like to wish all of you an inspiring and restorative weekend. Weekends can pass by in a blink of the eye if you let them, but it doesn't have to be that way! Set a few intentions before your weekend begins to steal some time to yourself; do something creative, hit a local flea market or new restaurant, or meet up with a friend for tea. Around the corner from my house is a lovely tea cafe with a hidden back garden that is just perfect for catching up with a friend over a pot of loose leaf and a tray of scones and clotted cream. And on weekends they have instituted a "no wifi, no laptops" policy, which is so refreshing in this day and age! Having some dedicated time + space to simply be, to look at your friend and listen to her words is good for the soul.
If you are searching for something creative to do over the weekend, why not try your hand at making a flower mandala? You certainly don't need to go out and buy flowers just for this, but can use the remnants of an old bouquet, pick flowers and leaves from your garden, or use other items collected from nature, like stones, shells, and feathers. Arranging the objects is a lovely, quiet, meditative practice, and they can result in beautiful photos to save + share as well.
I will be doing a little work over the weekend, but only work I want to be doing ... to prepare for the upcoming Spring session of Mindful Clutter Clearing. And of course I will also be making time for plenty of rest and relaxation with my family, puttering in the garden, stopping by the local farmer's market for spring goodies, and (my son would never let us skip it) making our traditional weekend pancake brekkie with buckwheat pancakes, mm! I also have a few fun posts to share with you here next week, so I may get a start on those if I feel inspired to over the weekend. And in case you missed it, I've included links to some of my most recent Houzz articles below.
Enjoy, and have a delightful weekend, friends!
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