It's time for another week to start and we can no longer say we're in early January. We've passed the midway point. We're on the downhill slide to February. Truth.
I'm not a big sports fan, but I keep an eye on the Broncos long distance and am happy that they are moving one step closer to the Super Bowl. I don't even have to watch the game...I get the play by play through Facebook posts.
Earlier this week, we had our annual awards party, which had a James Bond, Casino Royale theme. Good times were had by all. And then I needed mass quantities of coffee to make it through the rest of the week.
|Bond hanging out in our office|
I can only hope that you had a fun week as well!
Here are just some of the interesting things that you can read, cook, watch or sing along with this week:How have these first 17 days of 2016 gone for you? Are you working on any goals, resolutions or words? I haven't committed to a word yet, but it's narrowed into family that includes stretch and extend. I was intrigued by this twist on reviewing your year. It includes writing down all the highlights in 3 minutes or less and then identifying what brings you joy, what moved you, and where you want to focus. You don't have to wait for a new year - you could do it monthly or seasonally.
If you're looking for a new song for the new year, try Absolutely. Absolutely everything.
Turns out eating chocolate can help you live longer....but it needs to be balanced out with other things, like walking. Four Things the Swiss Can Teach Us About How to Live Longer
There are endless articles about how you can afford to travel. Bottom line, like with anything, if you want it, you have to make it a priority and work for it. Two takes on it this week, one from Huff Post and the other from Alex in Wanderland.
Geraldine, from The Everywhereist, slays me with each posts she writes. This week it's about taking a yoga sculpt class.
With Alan Rickman's passing this week, this montage of scenes from Severus Snape's life in the Harry Potter movies makes me want to reread all the books and then have a movie marathon.
And a couple recipes that look ono-licious: Lilikoi Bars, Baked Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls, and Slow Cooker Korean Tacos.