Blogger Diary: Slow The Pace

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Weekends always seem to go by in a flash. You go out, you sleep in, and suddenly that list of activities you planned to do in these two days seems less and less feasible.

The projects you wanted to accomplish, the people you wanted to see, the places you wanted to go… you realize that perhaps your eyes were a tad big for your stomach. My advice: pick one thing. Focus your weekend around one event, whether big

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or small, and let everything else happen as it does.

There exists a quaint town just about 45 minutes outside of Philadelphia, where life goes slowly. Cute, mystical shops line the tiny streets, and there are little treasures to be found in each one. This past weekend, I ventured out with a small group of friends. We shopped, we ate, we wandered… meandering the streets, cold feet and all, taking on that slow weekend pace that this town seems to keep so well.

FP Jana, Indian restaurant

Perfume oils

Hanging plants

Quaint town, New Hope

Vintage shopping, New Hope

Indian bowls

Ceramic mugs

Beautiful window

Slowing the pace is good for the soul.

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Comments

Tessa~ -February 19, 2014, 7:56AM

My kind of town… :-)

We have such sights right here in my Victorian Era city, though. Which does *get more fassssst,* in the summer. But is still close to a neat small town.

We need to stroll down street more! We need to see it, through the eyes of the people who flock here, for its ambiance. Our eyes become dulled, to its uniqueness… Over time.

Silly us…

Thank you for reminding me…

Gentle hugs,
Tessa~

Sarah -February 19, 2014, 8:02AM

Now I am inspired to trek down to New Hope! I love Karla’s too! And Love Saves the Day! Thanks for sharing these inspiring photos;)

Rita -February 19, 2014, 8:04AM

What is the name of the town? Looks so cute!

Megan -February 19, 2014, 10:49AM

I try to do this on my days off, so I can actually enjoy every moment. And then when I go back to work I feel like I just had a mini vacation.

shalmali -February 19, 2014, 2:16PM

Hey,

I was wondering what town that is. I live in nj and visit philly often. I would love to stop there n look.around.

FPDOOM -February 19, 2014, 3:25PM

I spy Nightbird Vintage! My favorite secret spot :)

skye -February 19, 2014, 5:56PM

Ahhhh, New Hope! My Tribe loves it there. I live in Georgia now and miss many things about the Philly area, including New Hope in the winter *le sigh*

Susan Jizba -February 19, 2014, 7:58PM

Such a wonderful idea, I LOVE it!!! To savor the day doing only one thing, enjoying it to the fullest, rather than rushing around trying to cross off everything on your to do list. This weekend the “to do list” goes in the trash, or at least on hold for one day!!! http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheWeaverOfWords

stephanie -February 19, 2014, 8:22PM

my home town! <3

Elise -February 19, 2014, 9:44PM

that little town looks so cute

bree -February 20, 2014, 11:31AM

I totally agree. I always have the biggest plans and somehow, only a few work out. hey, better than nothing. I like to live life to the fullest and I wrote a blog post on a few tips I would have told myself when I was graduating. Let me know what you think!

http://breezycheetahpop.com/being-normal-is-boring/

Natalie -February 20, 2014, 7:51PM

I love this… It totally applies to my life right now. I am trying hard to find that balance and time to take a breath and relax. Alway easier said than done. Great pics!! Looks like a cute town.
xoxo,
Natalie
Halfway to Harmony

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