Glitter in the Day: Part Two

Recently, I read an article discussing the stagnant nature of a mundane routine. When we find ourselves in never-ending cycles, we can become restless while going through the motions. We risk losing sight of what exactly makes life worth the effort. Upon finishing the piece, I realized that in order to find pleasure in life, we must actively seek it out.

It is too easy to overlook the seemingly insignificant treasures, especially amidst a drawn-out pandemic. Every once in a while, I enjoy taking a moment to seek out these hidden gems. Even the simple glitter makes all of the difference.

Try it; make note of a few. You might happen upon some magic in any ordinary moment.

November 20th, 2020 Midday Mosaic

  • The extra ten minutes of sleep
  • Dark chocolate with my breakfast
  • Ziploc baggies filled with healthy snacks
  • John Mayer’s melodious guitar ability
  • The cute boy at the coffee shop
  • Sunshine warming my skin after a few, chilly days
  • Incorporating my favorite color into my wardrobe
  • The passion a man exuded when recounting living on a communal farm
  • Masks on beards
  • Charming sarcasm
  • “Hot” as an adjective for anythinh that is pleasing
  • Albums that perfectly suit the moment’s vibe
  • Mac Miller’s Circles
  • Lyrics that hit close to home
  • Not knowing what I want to do with my life, but being young enough to entertain the process of figuring it out
  • The billions of versions of humans
  • Greeting new faces at work
  • Hydration
  • Dancing poorly
  • The relaxing sensation that comes with relief
  • Paychecks
  • My cat’s paws
  • Charcuterie boards
  • The key to a home
  • Taylor Swift’s lyric: “Mosaic broken hearts”
  • The car ride home after a long day at work

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