Rethinking the Mundane

February 2, 2021


Life gets repetitive. It happens. But sometimes we take that repetitiveness and make it something negative in our minds instead of finding ways to make the mundane, everyday life special. 

I noticed when I start to take the “mundane” as not exciting enough, or wanting more, drama in my life starts to appear, but when I start to appreciate those “mundane” everyday activities the drama starts to melt away. 

So, tell me, what is it that you want to turn into an occasion, or something fun that’s started to seem plain and boring? 

I love you. Have a wonderful day. XOXO, CAMDW

PS Check out @michaealabelle on Instagram. She has amazing courses and I’m obsessed with her content for some feel-good and healing vibes!!



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