My Own Happy Hour

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On Wednesday I decided to forget about the basket of clean laundry hiding in my closet for the past four days as well as all the other unattended things in my house. Even though I am a homemaker above everything else I do, we homemakers are allowed to take off days too or at least make our own version of happy hour! After my son weans I am investing in a flask for my nature walks. Y’all think I’m playing! 🙂

October was a busy month for my Etsy shop. On top of that my husband was out-of-state and I was incredibly busy driving my oldest two kiddos to-and-fro and taking care of the littlest one. I hardly got a moment to sit and breathe and just take in my surroundings. And even though part of me feels invigorated by October’s sales and I literally want to stay up all night making things, I also feel the need to slow down—especially since I’m still not sleeping through the night cause my son is still a mega-nurser. I’m deciding to listen to my body when it says to take it easy and savor life. It’s meant to be enjoyed, admired, made love to ❤

So how could I choose laundry over the sight of these vibrant colors and the musky smell of damp, fallen leaves? I love, love, love trees more than I’ve ever loved a beach. Maybe I was an owl in my past life. Or a monkey. (Yeah, owl sounds better.) Anyway, my backyard is literally a state park so I decided to take a hike with my son. I’ve adopted it as our own little happy hour.

Enjoy the pics!

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What is your own version of happy hour?

10 thoughts on “My Own Happy Hour

    1. I think it’s gorgeous too! It’s a different sight than what I’ve seen between Texas and Hawaii. It takes me back to some of the awesome places I lived when I was younger. 🙂

      Cheers to lushed out nature walks! haha

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  1. I love reading and listening to audiobooks. I this could be classed as work considering I’m a writer but, I love to take an hour off before I start writing to be taken to another world for an hour. This is my version of happy hour. 🙂

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    1. Those are pretty relaxing too—even if you are a writer :). I do some freelancing as well and love to read for relaxation. Actually, the act of making jewelry (which is mostly my bread & butter) is relaxing to me too. It almost feels like meditation!

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  2. These photos are absolutely stunning – and yes, you need to take time off to enjoy. I love hearing others state they are listening to their bodies. More of us need to do that. Someday my friend, you are going to get that flask – and a bottle of wine!! Here’s to a great weekend. The temps are going to be a little cooler here, I hope they are there also.

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