It's felt like fall in Nashville lately. I spent yesterday morning sipping homemade cold brew iced coffee on my porch, waiting for a potential buyer from Craigslist to take a look at a piece of furniture I decided it was time to part with.
I've felt more balanced and satisfied this week in ways that I haven't experienced for a very a long time. Taking a few steps back has helped me appreciate how grateful I am for the ability to make such a profound life change.
I've truly enjoyed everything more – conversations with family and friends, listening to music, spending time at home, taking care of my body with exercise and good food, the time to be creative. The future possibilities feel limitless.
Not going to lie, I was speed walking on the treadmill and legit screamed “HOLY SH*T!” when I received his email. So unbelievably cool.
Cashville Skyline posts from this week:
Some of my favorite posts from other bloggers:
Tonya from Budget and the Beach shared the eloquent and moving post, Why Do We Wait, a response to the multiple tragedies that touched our lives this week.
Stefanie from The Broke and Beautiful Life penned the thought provoking post, What Gives Worth vs. What Gives Joy. She describes how things that promote her self-worth and things that increase her joy sometimes work against one another.
Bridget from Money After Graduation points out that Your ability to be frugal is limited, your earning potential is not . This is a great reminder for those of us who are less motivated to make more money.
Mr. Frugalwood from The Frugalwoods shared the extremely impressive guide, How To: Cheap Homemade Seltzer with a Modified Sodastream . This is an amazingly creative way to save money on something they regularly enjoy.
Readers: What's the upcoming week have in store for you?