Month: July 2019

Hedonic Adaptation

Hedonic Adaptation.  It’s like running on a treadmill in the pursuit of happiness, but never reaching your “destination” and always ending up right where you started.  Hedonic adaptation (also called the “Hedonic Treadmill”) was a term first created in the 1970s by psychologists Brickman and Campbell.  It’s a term that humans chase happiness and then…

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Krog Street

If you’re ever in Atlanta with a few hours to kill, head to Krog Street Market and then walk down about .3 miles to see the Krog Street Tunnel. We had to pick up family at the airport at 6:20 then another group at 9:40 so in between we headed over to check it out.…

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Birthday Day Trip

If you know me, you know I’m always up for a trip to see, experience and of course find that next photo spot. On my birthday, it was no less. We woke up early, they gave me all my gifts, got a quick breakfast and headed to our first stop High Falls. When we got…

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Amazon Prime Day

Amazon is one of my go-tos just because it’s so simple. Who else ships for free and you get it to you door in 2 days? Yesterday I ordered some decorations for my nieces birthday party and her birthday gift. The day before I ordered my shampoo and a hole punch. Believe it or not,…

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Fourth of July

Our neighborhood HOA put on a fabulous fireworks show. I wanted to go but was feeling like the fireworks would be too peopley…if that’s a word. I didn’t want to talk, I just wanted to photograph the fireworks. My hubby and kids didn’t seem to keen on going to watch, so we watched from our…

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