J. Sperling Paperie Blog — life
We live in a world where you can have dinner, tap shoes, and antique car parts all delivered to your door in an instant. You can shop for produce from the comfort of your sofa, and purchase your next book in your pajamas. We can save an endless amount of information, without worry of losing even the last four letters typed (thank you, Google), and we can see the photos we take the moment our finger pull back from that tiny white circle at the bottom of our phone screen.
In so many ways technology has improved our lives; it has made it easier for a busy mama of three to get groceries without having to manage the mid-cereal-aisle-meltdown, and it’s allowed friends across the globe to stay connected despite the thousands of miles between them. But I often find myself wondering, or worrying rather, that our digital blessings are crossing boundaries; slowly overwhelming spaces that need to be keep sacred and steady...the way they’ve always been.
Milestones tend to signify the start or end of different chapters we experience in life. Some close the door on hardship, while others open it up to newness and the arrival of much anticipation.
How can it be that we're already halfway through the month of January? These weeks have zipped by at lightening fast speed, and if you're like me you have to start thinking a little harder about those goals you set for yourself a few weeks ago. So...did you set a goal to do more for yourself this year? Or to try new things, to step outside your comfort zone?
If so, I have a list of 15 things you may be interested in trying!