SATURDAY POST 20
Down to the final days of hosting family here. Making a point to set the boundary of actually being on a holiday and away from work isn’t easy for me. I’ve yet to master the full disconnect, but am doing my very best to relax, recharge and soak up every moment with loved ones. Suppose the tardiness of my Saturday Post is a sign I was doing something right…
So many wonderful things to be grateful for the past week and a half. Coastal strolls, beautiful gardens, history and hiking, eclectic museums, the symphony, amazingly fresh local seafood and NC-style ‘cue, plus an abundance of drinkable delights, from fantastic wines and craft brews, to liquid dark chocolate and frothy coffees with homemade nut milk.
I hope you’re getting some glimpses of the new season. If it’s yet to arrive where you are, take heart — it’s coming soon!
And don’t forget to keep scrolling for my favorite reads from the past week.
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Some interesting, fun, delicious reads:
- The 24th of March is designated by the World Health Organization as World Tuberculosis Day. Tuberculosis is second only to HIV/AIDS as the greatest killer worldwide due to a single infectious agent, responsible for 9 million reports of illness and 1.5 million deaths in 2013. Learn more and spread awareness to help stop the spread of TB.
- Infatuated with the art of John James Audubon, and dreaming of a visit to this HistoryMiami exhibit featuring all 435 of his works!
- This outfit shouts spring.
- “Coming out of my skin” is exactly how I’d feel taking Brene’s advice… which clearly proves I need to heed it…
- Inviting a complete stranger to be your supper guest. Would you do it?
- In addition to their secret menu, Starbucks has a secret secret menu just for dogs. Is this even healthy?
- This week’s pinned words of wisdom.
Recently on HGN:
- Celebrating the arrival of spring with a simple punch of flavor from homemade fresh rosemary olive oil.
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