I have been spending a lot of time recently doing fun activities and going on fun adventures with my family! As the weather here in Georgia has started to cool off (which has also brought some rain along with it), we’ve been doing things outside to heartily welcome the beginning of fall. I shared some playground photography in this post, and in today’s post, I’ll share some recent photos I took with my family members.
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about focusing more of my attention on the new things in my life. It can be very easy to do just keep doing what I’ve always done, return to what I’m comfortable with, etc., but I’m finding that also being open to new things and being excited about unique experiences is beneficial, too! Even if I find out that something isn’t as great as I’d thought it would be (I can’t think of a current example, but it does happen lol), it was totally worth a shot.
This past Tuesday, I had fun going to a playground with my mom, Samuel, Elizabeth, and Izzy! I took a lot of pictures to capture how much we were all enjoying ourselves. 🙂 Izzy did a bunch of exploring, and Elizabeth learned a new skill: rock-climbing!
Starting today, I will be sharing a lot more of the adventures I have with my little siblings! We do so much together, which means there will be a lot for me to cover. 🙂
I absolutely love flatlay photography. Sure, spellcheckers don’t yet accept ‘flatlay’ as an acceptable photography form, but I sure do! These photos work out so well for featured images, and I love experimenting with taking my own from time to time. When I found a flatlay photography challenge on Pinterest, I immediately hopped on board!
FAQ’s are always extremely helpful, so I thought why not write one for my blog? In today’s post, I pose eight questions that many of us bloggers think when it comes to reading others’ blogs, but never think to ask. I’ve answered all of them honestly and informatively when it comes to readership on Dreaming of Guatemala! Feel free to write about this yourself on your own blog – I’d love to see your answers!
For quite a long time, my understanding of the introverted and extroverted personality traits was only through stereotypes. I thought of ‘introverts’ as being primarily reclusive individuals who didn’t like others very much and preferred their own company. On the flip side, ‘extroverts’ seemed to be party animals who could never calm down – they were always excited and always talking.