I always think I can survive January, but it is February and March that usually win the winter battle. This January didn’t seem particularly fast or slow in relation to other months, until it ended.
As usual, I didn’t overly mind January. February and March will be another story, yet to be written. I read some interesting thoughts and ideas throughout January. Ideas that resonated for one reason or another. I’m sharing them here since they kept me such good company throughout the first of the long, cold winter months. Perhaps you will find warmth from them as well.
This narrative echoes those sentiments of courage and bravery in everyday entrepreneurism. I loved it. It inspired me.
This discussion on planning and writing was a good read.
I referred to this article on the battle of the mundane last week.
And of course, there was the fabulous Ms. Dillard. If you have any interest in words, I would recommend her imagery and narratives.
And finally, I recently read this interview on food photography that David Lebovitz conducted and blogged. This interview was humorous, informative, helpful, and inspiring to read.
Its easy to hide in our little worlds, hibernating from other humans, gazing out our own windows on the same views day after day. Hearing other people’s ideas and inspirations keeps the scenery fresh.
So, with January vanished off in golden dust, here’s to the start of a happy and even more inspiring February.