July 28, 2014
Welcome all, for the next segment of Fashion Friday! We are happy to announce that this week we are featuring Lumberjack Day!
Since, I am attending my 4th annual Country Thunder in Wisconsin, we figured that here at Susan Harbourt Designs, this week we would whip out our country attired and flannel to go along with this special Friday's theme. It so happened to be Lumberjack Day as well! For my outfit, I have decided to go with the ever popular, flannel long sleeve that I could throw around my waist if it gets too hot out or just button it up when wearing it. I have chose to go with acid wash high waisted shorts, and torn up/ washed capri jeans. A pair of white converse, and a black fringe bag, makes the look chic, yet boho to cater to the country style theme. I have decided to wear silver jewelry this week by featuring the Silver Forget-Me-Not Earrings and Silver to Black Stackling Ring set by Susan Harbourt Designs! So wish me luck, while I prance around in my cowboy boots, and flannels this weekend, because it is going to be a bumpy ride!
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January 04, 2021
When you complete a big accomplishment, and you are asked how you did, do you normally focus on what you did wrong...or do you celebrate what you did well?
I admit that I have a habit of dwelling on what I didn't do as well as I had wanted. Sometimes I even get on a fixation loop of replaying my mistakes in my head. But what I have learned is that this is not a productive behavior and can lead to anxiety and depression.
What I have started to do is focus on what I did well and acknowledge that first. Then instead of looking at my errors as mistakes, I view them as areas of improvement instead of calling them failures. For every area of improvement that I identify, I assign a new action or make a plan to improve so that maybe I don't repeat that behavior or pattern in the future.
Today I want you to reflect on 2020. Push those negative thoughts aside.
January 03, 2021
Every great movie has a great soundtrack that accompanies it. The music sets the stage for the emotions of every scene. It pulls you in, your heart syncs with the rhythm of the beat, and you will connect with the moment and really feel the emotion more deeply than if there was no music.
Visualize this: If you could write your movie, the way you would want it to look, what would the story be?
January 02, 2021
The ability to relate and to connect, sometimes in odd and yet striking fashion, lies at the very heart of any creative use of the mind, no matter in what field or discipline.
-George J Seidel
Welcome to Day 2 of my 30 Day Challenge: Cultivate Creativity and Nurture Joy. Today we will look at connecting with yourself using a sensory scan.
To begin this challenge, simply sit down. You can do this exercise anywhere you are that is a safe place to just sit and exist for a few moments.
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