Finding Sage + Friday Favorites

greatness-woodyallen The past two weeks have flown by... It's like I was twirling and then all of a sudden it was November.  I would say November is my favorite month, but really from August through December, I could say each month is my favorite, for different reasons.  But if I had to choose... I guess November would win, since it's my birthday month after all.  My last year of my 20's will start in just two weeks, and I couldn't be more excited.  The next couple of weeks are going fly by... but I keep trying to remind myself to slow down and enjoy the moment when I can.  Last night was one small success... I actually put my computer away one hour before bed AND was in bed and asleep before midnight.  Yes, I know that sounds normal to most, but for me, this was a HUGE accomplishment.

Over the next 3 weeks I will be in SF, Fairfield (CA), Ohio, Atlanta, NYC, Paris, and London. Man, that was exhausting just typing it out... but in all honesty, I say bring it! This girl is ready to let the next couple of weeks fly by so that I can literally FLY off to Paris and then Bonjour, Paris! (followed by my favorite holiday Thanksgiving).

So before we dive into my friday favorites from around the web (and I promise there are some good ones down below).  I wanted to call attention to the quote in the image above.  "The only thing standing between greatness and me... is me" - Woody Allen

How great is this quote, right?!? I came across it last night via Pinterest (originally via DesignLoveFest...link below) and instantly knew I had to share it.  After all the blogger events I attend last week, I must admit, I'm experience a little bit of an overload at the moment. There is so much greatness to be had and so much work to be done and I know I'm ready for it, but where to begin...  Then reading this quote made me realize maybe I'm not quite ready yet. Maybe I need to step back for a moment and reevaluate everything in myself and see what is holding me back from greatness. Sometimes we have to let go to truly be able to spread our wings and fly.  Every now and then it's good to check yourself and say... "what am I afraid of?"  Recognize it and then let it go.  Don't stand in the way of your own greatness... Step aside and let it shine!  {Finding Sage...

Friday Favorites (from around the web)