Gratitude hustle

Gratitude hustle vol. 4

I don’t care how cliché this makes me sound, who is ready for Spring? 🙋🏼 Saaaaaaaame. Since this is supposed to be a space where I reflect on what I’m grateful for, I’m not going to go on about how I’m so over leaving the house wrapped in multiple layers, all the wool, plodding through the snow and not feeling my face on my way into work – nope, won’t do it (okay, okay just a little bit – when will this winter eeeeend?!). Bright side – it’s going up to +4 today! Here’s what else I’m grateful for this week:


These Canadian beauties have been brightening up our space all week long.

As the hubs and I were strolling through our neighbourhood, we came across a little flower shop selling Tulips – a surefire sign that Spring is coming! Watching these little guys blooming all week long and seeing actual sunshine has definitely helped lift my spirits this week. I’ve also been aggressively excited every time the sun has come out – I think I’m still reeling from the darkest January ever.

Ed Sheeran covers 50 Cent and Blackstreet

Admittedly, I cannot name a single Ed Sheeran song. But I have a not so secret love for acoustic covers of rap songs and watching this guy croon “In da Club” and “No Diggity” (with some serious vocal skills) made my day.

On that note, Spotify has an “Acoustic Covers” playlist and it is👌🏻. Check that out here.

7 Bad Habits and What They Say About You

This hilarious article from Man Repelller will make you feel great about being a lazy, dramatic, procrastinator! When I read this, I did the always cool, laughing at my phone on a packed rush hour street car. Enjoy!

This adorable video of two kids rocking karate

This might be the cutest thing I’ve seen all week. Personally, I think the “bouncing” technique looks a little exhausting, but these little nuggets clearly know more about karate than I do (anybody else read “karate” a la Ross Geller – “ka-ra-te”?).

What are you grateful for this week? Let me know in the comments below! 👇🏻

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