My current situation at work is pretty much like my kitchen right now—everything is half done, unorganized, and the I’m itching to just get it DONE. Out the door early 🚙 this morning to finish one project, then move onto the other, than move onto the other 🙃. Didn’t workout or dry my hair lol and made a 1 minute breakfast, thankfully it’s hella better than stopping at McDonalds (even though I’d loveeee that right now lol) but I guess natural energy + 5 salads in a cup is better 👏🏼👏🏼 cheers to it almost being the weekend!! 🔹 🔹 🔹 🔹 🔹 #renovation#firsthouse#apartment#tinyhouse#cottage#homeimprovement#lakeview#woods#lakescape#newhampshire#vermont#deck#patio#backyard
You get 3-5 seconds upon meeting someone to make an impression. Before you even get to the point of shaking hands or exchanging names they have already drawn certain conclusions about who you are and what you represent simply based on your posture and how you dress. Don’t get mad at me! This is just how it is...and you do it too. Let’s talk about posture. The way you walk, sit or stand can tell a lot about your state of mind. Here are a few posture best practices: 1. Never walk with you head facing downward. Always look up and face people. 2. Keep reminding yourself to put your shoulders back so you don’t slouch and make yourself look unsure and short...don’t worry with practice it will become second nature. 3. Walk a little faster. People who walk at brisk pace are seen as important and are treated as such. 4. Look people directly in the eyes when interacting, be engaged and SMILE!
I actually love these rainy/foggy mornings when I have a lot of painting to do... perfect for hot tea, comfy slippers and some studio time 🎨 Do you find yourself more productive when it’s grey outside? Image @erinmcginn | Styling @abbycapalbo