learn something.

I think it is about time we mix things up a bit! I want to start a new series on my blog! Every Friday I am going to gather together a list of all the things I have learned from the week. I mean, they say you should learn something new every day right? So why not share all the random to major lessons we have learned through out the week with each other?
This can be from silly to serious, and I hope some of you decide to join me!
Next week I will put up a place to link up to the series.


Things I learned this week…
Silly
+ Do not try talking to Trevor about anything semi-serious if he has not had food yet.
+ Don’t think because the sun is shining in Utah that you don’t need gloves or a heavier coat, because the weather here is bi-polar and it will start hailing on you on your walk home.
+ It is great to make friends with people at work, but be careful…. They might just start telling you details about their life you really didn’t want to know about.
+ Take stickers off apples and other fruit items before you eat them, HA!
+ As seen in my last post, DON'T use the hubberz deodorant after you have just shaved your pits.

Serious
+ I may complain a lot right now about school and how crazy my schedule is, but I absolutely love working with kids and what I am doing. I know I am heading in the right career and that couldn't make me happier.
+ I can say NO. I don't have to spread myself so thin all the time. I need me time too.
+ If I put my mind to it, I can do it.


35 comments

  1. I love the bi-polar weather statement;0. ours can be like that here in NC sometimes too! lol. I think this is a great idea to share what you have learned during the week! I look forward to hearing!

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  2. I learned that babies, much like linoleum floors, are slippery when wet.

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  3. i love this! this is such a great idea thanks for sharing :)

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  4. Great lists! I'm still learning how to slow down and take a break sometimes too.

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  5. learning to say no... amen sister.
    i'm still working on that one.
    but it really is SO important to take care of yourself and slow down.

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  6. hahaha oh crazy bi-polar utah weather. everybody learns about that through first-hand experience:)

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  7. oh utah.
    i'm in SLC, i know exactly what you're talking about.

    i liked the:
    + I can say NO. I don't have to spread myself so thin all the time. I need me time too.


    i need to be able to do that too.
    easier said than done, but you're totally right.

    ♥elisabeth

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  8. Great quote and post! ANd you can't to men unless they have food in their bellies. Period. Haha.

    xoxo
    www.stephanieandsuch.blogspot.com

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  9. Ooo love this idea! I'll totally link up one of these fridays! Except that I don't know what linking up is haha.
    And I think talking to hubs with no food in belly is a very serious one haha. Sometimes that can ruin our night :)
    P.S. I saw your twitter thing that you had Peanut butter snickers last night?! We just tried that for the first time last night!

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  10. What a great idea for a series! I'm excited to follow along & completely agree with "saying no." So important to know and practice that. Happy Friday! :)

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  11. What a lovely idea for a Friday! My husband is the same way when he's hungry, or really hot. He gets super cranky. But I get cranky when I'm cold, so I suppose it all evens out. Thanks for visiting!

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  12. THank you for the comment. =) The weather is bi-polar here in CT as well. And I love your serious; its cute.

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  13. Thanks for stopping by and following my blog! You rock! Also, saying "no" is a difficult lesson i'm ALWAYS learning. I'm such a people pleaser, it's so hard to feel like i'm letting someone down.

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  14. Hey lovely lady! Thanks for stopping by and following Lily Love! Looove your blog...I've learned a lot just reading this particular post. Especially the "I can say NO" part. I need to exercise that in my life! Have a wonderful weekend!

    -Che'

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  15. Hey dude thanks for stopping by my blog! Gotta love going to the U right, fellow Ute here! You're blog is cute I think I'll stay awhile.

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  16. This one is so important to learn and keep to : "I can say NO. I don't have to spread myself so thin all the time. I need me time too."

    SO important! Have a great weekend!

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  17. what a wonderful idea! i agree with the "can't say no" thing. that's something i'm working on this year, although it does seem to be a challenge for me.

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  18. i seriously love this!! i want to do it!

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  19. What a wonderful post! Love the idea! Oh, I had to learn it the hard way as well, never to use your hubby's deodorant after shaving...:)
    Thanks so much for the follow...so glad you did, because now I am here!!
    Looking for to much more! Hugs xxx

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  20. Your husband and I share the same low blood sugar, do not talk to me until I have some food in my tummy

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  21. I like your silly/serious idea!

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  22. I just found your blog and became your newest follower! :) Love your blog!

    http://purplebookbloggingmommy.blogspot.com/

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  23. You are too cute! I am really loving your blog :) And I can't talk to my hubs before food either, haha, too funny. I stopped over from Pass the Puck, hope you have a great weekend!

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  24. I like this series. I should do the same thing!!

    P.S: I'm hosting a giveaway. I invite you to enter: http://boheme-fille.blogspot.com/2011/02/giveaway-time.html

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  25. What a cute blog you've got going on here! I'm hooked!!! :D
    xxx

    http://gypsy-diaries.blogspot.com/

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  26. This is such a cool idea, I really enjoyed this post. Can't wait to see what you have next Friday :)

    Laura
    Life As I See It.

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  27. LOVE this idea!!! <3
    found you via FTLOB!!

    Made me giggle because I have had to use my hubby's deo one time 'cause I found out I was out of mine and I had just shaved my pits ;) hee hee... lessoned learned =D

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  28. the inspiration of the day! totally! your blog is oh-sooooo-sweet!!! xoxo from california, gabbie

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  29. Very, very nice blog. I am going to come back when I have more time to look around.

    Following!

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  30. Yes, yes, and yes. Husbands with no food in their tummies should not be talked to about serious matters. Utah weather is crazy - sorry you got caught in that hail storm!!! I'm the worst at taking stickers of fruits and veggies...

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  31. What a fun idea. I want to play I want to play!

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  32. Hahahaha, I can not talk to my husband about anything semi serious when he has an empty tummy either!

    love your blog.
    ♥ ashlie

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