Daily Disciplines: Day Two Hundred Forty One

Packing. Packing. Packing.

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Daily Disciplines: Day Two Hundred Forty

Late nights and early mornings are tough, but when you’re working on a goal you press forward. Here’s to another loooooooong day tomorrow [or today, depending on how you look at it.]

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Daily Disciplines: Day Two Hundred Thirty Nine

Tonight while going through old papers from when Adam was in school I was reminded of how quick life goes. It really does feel like he had just graduated, but it was two years ago! I can’t just get caught up in existing, because life will have happened in the mean time. I’m gonna make it a point to make memories!

[This plant was the only one of its kind growing by our apartment building. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it before and I was so interested I stopped to take this picture. Enjoy!]

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Daily Disciplines: Day Two Hundred Thirty Seven

Guys, find something that you want to know more about and learn it! I want to stop being so passive about my education, even though I’m not in school right now. Becoming a lifelong learner!

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Daily Disciplines: Day Two Hundred Thirty Six

Tonight Adam and I took a breather to watch a movie. I left my phone in the other room, we cuddled up, and I almost lost my ability to even. It was a great time to relax and reflect on how cool it would be to be part lizard.

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Daily Disciplines: Day Two Hundred Thirty Five

Working on creative projects with people is such an exciting adventure!

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Daily Disciplines: Day Two Hundred Thirty Four

No matter how many relationship books or articles we read, we still forget our significant other is different. If I take a break in the middle of a time consuming project, I have a difficult time starting back up. Adam is SO the opposite: he needs five minute breaks every half hour of work done. This is a lesson we’ve been forced to learn in the past and we’ve vastly improved from when we started!

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