Thursday, March 28, 2013

5 Things + Happiness


1. Vintage tea cup. I've been looking at vintage royal stafford bone china tea cups for quite some time. Every once in a while I would "window" shop on eBay or Etsy, but this particular one stood out the most. Since Jason and I have switched over from espresso to earl grey, I thought it would be fitting to have afternoon tea in a pretty pink tea cup. I found a cool blue one for him that we will order soon.

2. Pink roses. The roses are medium pink/lavender. It feels enchanting to have roses in the house because they are so classic and beautiful.

3. Acupuncture. I have been going through some anxiety, and decided to take a nature approach. Yesterday was my second session, and I really believe it helps. The woman I go to also gave me some traditional chinese herbs to take. Honestly, I feel like there is nothing more relaxing.

4. Upcoming events. My 25th birthday, our 5th anniversary, and Jason's 25th birthday all fall within two weeks of each other. We have planned some really fun things to celebrate. April can't come soon enough!

5. Netflix. I watched a few episodes of Gossip Girl, and I love it. I'm only on season one, so no spoilers!

♥ What are 5 things that are making you happy today?

14 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, I've been obsessing over Green Tea & Gossip Girl on Netflix for weeks now :)

    xx Michelle

    Fierce & Fashionable

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  2. The teacup is so pretty! The gold really makes it stand out! Acupuncture sounds scary, but I'm glad it's helping with your anxiety! Happy almost birthday and anniversary!
    ~Sara

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    1. It did sound a little scary at first, but you hardly feel it. It's a great experience :)

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  3. I've considered acupuncture but haven't actually tried it yet. About a year ago I started having random bouts of back pain. I finally figured out that anxiety was triggering it. I read a book that suggested acupuncture. I haven't had any issues in awhile but I think I'll give it a try if I need to in the future.

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    1. You should try it! I highly recommend it :)

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  4. I love Netflix! I chain watch TV shows. And I have never tried acupuncture - it scares me a bit!

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    1. Netflix is amazing. They have everything!

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  5. Hey Naomi :-). I nominated you for a Liebster Award! Check out my blog for details :-)

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  6. I would love to hear more about your acupuncture experience . I really want to give it a try.

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    1. I'm writing a testimonial for my acupuncturist that she is putting on her website. I'll do a post about it when it goes up, but if you want to have a private conversation about it email me: Naomichakra4@gmail.com :)

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