While reading Neil Pasricha’s The Book of Awesome Things, a few entries have really resonated with me.
1. Popping Bubble Wrap
I have a whole drawer of bubble wrap at my office. I’m like a five-year-old child grinning with glee very time I pull it out and POP!
2. Bakery air
When I see a Cobs Brad, I have to go in. Just to take a deeeep breath in through my nose to inhale that fresh, sweet scent of warm bread. Mmm… yummy.
3. Taking your bra off after wearing it for hours
Yes. Just yes. Pure, blissful freedom.
4. Old, dangerous playground equipment
I work for a non-profit organization that does its best to promote wellness and healthy living, especially for kids. I look at the new playgrounds and don’t wonder why kids don’t play there. Once over the age of about four-years-old, the playgrounds are boring! They’re low, full of railings and short, plastic slides. There’s no adventure. Bring on the heights, the ladders, the hot metal slides and treacherous monkey bars!