The move for my soul.

17 February 2014


Saturday was supposed to be a productive day in my world. The plan was to wake up around 8am, head to yoga, come home and shower, clean my place, tackle the stacks of laundry piled up in my closet, write a couple articles for work, meet moms for dinner and head downtown to party with my cousins that evening. From that list, the only things that happened were the shower and the party. I managed to spend my entire afternoon on the couch in front of the tv (visual aid), and I have not one regret. Being in "go" mode all the time might be good for the hustle, but it's not the move for my soul. I have a whole little section of this blog carved out for posts about love, and I didn't even have the time/energy to pop up a Valentine's Day post of some sort.

Sunday afternoon was spend downtown with a few friends. We parked and walked through Centennial Olympic Park, and I was reminded how nice the area looks when the sun is shining and the fountains are flowing. It looks even nicer now that there's a 200ft tall ferris wheel in the mix. Looking back, I wish I would've taken advantage of this amazing study space when I lived nearby on the Georgia State campus.

The walk through the park was really a means to an end, and the end was the Georgia Aquarium. I didn't take a whole bunch of photos inside. A fish is a fish, right? The last little guy below definitely posed for me, though. Every time I moved my camera higher, he'd float up to my level.







9 comments

  1. Couch potato days are the best! I don't care how un-productive you were, taking the time to wind down feels great when you're constantly on the move. P.S. It's on my bucket list to visit the Georgia Aquarium! One day soon :)

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    1. I have a feeling it will be part of our blate when you finally come visit Atlanta ;)

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  2. Anonymous17 February

    To an extent, you were productive...probably not according to plan, but productive none-the-less. I've learned that go is good for the hustle, but life is about balance. No amount of money is worth your sanity. Gotta stay centered.

    These photos are beautiful and the natural lighting was perfect Saturday. I love days like that.

    ♥ CA

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    1. Thanks, Chymere! Yes, def gotta stay centered.

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  3. nice pics :)

    http://sbr-fashion-fashion.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks, Andrea! Now following your blog. Xo

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  4. Great pics of downtown! I love that fountain one. My new friend Solomon told me about your blog. I will be following, keep up the great work Disa!

    Beth
    www.thecitydweller.me

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    1. Thanks, Beth! I love Solomon... had no idea he read my blog though! Lol

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    2. It's great when friends support you, isn't it ;-)

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