Today’s post marks the beginning of a new series you’ll see once in a while on the blog. One Wednesday a month will now be dedicated to remembering the little wonders in life, and all the things that make this world of ours so incredible!
I’ll be writing about 5-10 “little wonders” in an effort to stay grateful and grounded in the present. Life can get so hectic, and sometimes all you need is a few minutes remembering the little things that make this world so awesome!
If you ever want to contribute your own “little wonder” leave them in the comments and I’ll add them to our list for an upcoming post!
Hot summer sun on your back and shoulders – There’s nothing quite like the feeling of sun on your shoulders. The heat is therapeutic and if you’re lucky, you’ll be rewarded with a tan later.
Getting hand written letters from your friends – Since Facebook and texting have become so widespread, hardly anyone sends letters anymore! So, whenever you do get one in the mail, it is all the more precious.
Walking through puddles in rain boots – There is nothing more satisfying than walking right through a big puddle because you’ve got your trust rubber boots on, and watching other people hop and skip around it. A good splash or two doesn’t hurt either!
Fresh cut flowers – There is actually science on why fresh flowers make us feel so rad, but you wouldn’t have to pull out any numbers to make my buy a bouquet or two of peonies! Flowers smell beautiful and liven up every space they enter!
Getting a package in the mail – There is nothing more exciting than this! Whether you already know what’s in it, or couldn’t have the slightest idea, nothing beats the adrenalin rush of ripping open the packaging and examining your new belongings!
I hope you’ll enjoy reading this new segment (and hopefully contributing to it) as much as I’ve loved writing it! It’s so important to appreciate the little things in life because they’re always the things that bring us back from the edge and keep us sane through difficult times!
I hope you’re having a lovely day!