Happy Snow Day! Are you snuggling up today with some of your favorite comfy things? I am! Here’s some inspiration for the rest of your day — stay cozy!
In case you haven’t heard, it’s cold. Very cold. Record-breaking cold for this time of year. Every social media site has been blowing up with my friends and followers alerting me to this fact. But we shouldn’t let the cold outside affect what we feel on the inside.
Winter is a very complex time of the year, when many people suffer from seasonal depression and sadness. It’s also when many people stay tucked away in their homes and become recluses. Let’s try something different together this year — let’s make an effort to be more connected.
January is the perfect time to take stock of your life. Haven’t worn those clothes all year? Donate them. Feeling unhealthy from all the holiday meals? Set up a workout schedule. Haven’t set up a Skype date with you BFF in awhile? Call her up.
This year let’s try to become more loving, healthier, kinder, and, most importantly, let’s make an effort to communicate better. Why are we afraid to call up our friends on the phone? Why do we fear being called a “creeper” if we post comments on old Facebook photos? Why don’t we share our thoughts when something touches our lives us in some way? Share the warmth of your friendship (starting now!) and your heart will keep you warm during this cold spell and on into 2014.
To download and use, simply click the size you want and right-click the image to save it to your computer. These images are designed for specific Mac computers, but will also work on others without losing too much of the image itself.
Hope you enjoy, leave me a comment if you download! Happy December and holidays! xo
I’ve always loved desktop wallpapers that also serve as calendars, there’s a sense of both design and organization that is so simple and inherent to each one. Here’s a very simple one that I’ve made for November that features a beautiful wine-berry color and a simple quote.
To download and use, simply click the image and save it to your computer. This is designed for a 1680 x 1050 display (MacBook Pro 15-inch), but will also work on others without losing too much of the image itself.
Hope you enjoy, leave me a comment if you download! Happy November! xo