The Week In Pictures: 5.24.13

Nubby Twiglet The Week In Pictures

Nubby Twiglet The Week In Pictures

All I can say is that: 1. I’m so glad it’s Friday and 2. I’m so glad it’s Memorial Day weekend! Woohoo!

On Wednesday night, I wrapped up the second session of an entrepreneurship class and absorbed so much helpful content in the process — I love those moments when your mind feels blown open with new possibilities and you can’t wait to start digging in. Since then, I’ve been crunching numbers and working on budgets (not my strong point at all!) and working on assets for my new business. It’s all a big mix of fear and excitement, which I’m finally learning to embrace.

In less than a month, I’ll be in New York gearing up for the sixth installment of The Blogcademy so we’re in pre-game prep mode getting everything sent off to print (there’s always updates to tote bags, workbooks and sponsor cards). It’s like special homecoming to me because New York was the first city we ever did a workshop in…and I remember how nervous I was! So, so nervous. It was just last October but so much has changed since then.

Nubby Twiglet The Week In Pictures

I love the silhouettes of these planters in our front window! I’m always snapping photos of them in different light, just because. I always forget how eccentric my house is until we have new visitors. Speaking of visitors, my friend Mary Bee from LA will be staying with us in a few short weeks! The last time she was in Portland, it went something like this (and yes, I already told her to pack the gnome).

Nubby Twiglet The Week In Pictures

Have a great extended weekend, everyone! We’re going to be staying home and in a way I’m glad to just chill out, have some quiet time and avoid vacation traffic and crowds. See you back here Tuesday!

What about you? And big travel plans you can’t wait to kick off?

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