the weekend that was

End the one-extra-day work week on a different continent than the one you call home. Stay in. Sleep. Put on your running gear + your new tech and take to the urban trails. Drink espresso, then explore downtown Seattle’s underground with a guy named Jacob. Have lunch in Occidental square and wish you’d tried the […]

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the weekend that was

Do not hold anything back. Give it your all and everything. Then some more. Take five deep breaths and return to a place where busy is meaningless. Reluctant rising from warm bed into the cold breath of a winter morning for bootcamp. Do the dishes. And the laundry. Make beds and light the fire. Have […]

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the weekend that was

End the week weary to my bones, with fire raging in my brain and a fiercely grateful heart for all that I know and all I have yet to learn. Marvel at the closing-day-light that heralds the weekend. Wake early and be the last to rise. Tend the fire. Bake. Go out for a run that […]

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the weekend that was

Start with an end. Then begin again. Laugh until you are wiping tears from your eyes in front of someone you just met (do not be embarrassed or apologetic by it, instead tell them how much you will enjoy getting to know them better). Endure bootcamp (whilst still enjoying it), then have bacon to make eveything […]

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the weekend that was

Begin: With just five things. Pray. Plan. Give thanks. Travel into the city for the second day in a row. Hug your friends. Listen. Contribute. Rest. Invite a friend over for brunch. Discuss religion + books + the changing landscape of corporate life and how diversity in viewpoints makes for superb opportunities for growth. Espresso. Siphon. Marvel at […]

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