Some of my highlights these past few weeks…
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Leadership, very often, means being misunderstood.
— Whitney English (@WhitneyEnglish) October 17, 2015
Many things: 💗 I’m headed out on a mega adventure today! China, here I come! 💗 Shout out to the fabulous team at the @westin San Francisco who saw me feeling under weather when I checked in last night and sent dinner and tea to my room. I’ve felt so taken care of by their generous staff! 💗 Hooray for new luggage! @dagnedover sent me their newest carry-all tote–I love the new, compact size, laptop and iPad pockets, and all the functionality of this bag! And thanks to @tjmaxx for the fab @dvf rolling suitcase, at a FRACTION of the cost! 💗 Last but not least: YOGA PANTS. Forever and ever, amen, as @jaminato would say. Because I’m not nearly as skinny as they make me look. 😂 #whitneyetravels A photo posted by Whitney English (@whitneyenglish) on
The best decision is sometimes the most uncomfortable.
— Whitney English (@WhitneyEnglish) October 15, 2015
She’s says she’s not a hipster, but last night while we ate Thai food for dinner, classical music streamed out of that record player, and Josiah got up to flip over the record when it stopped. Green Pasadena parrots screeched overhead, so I told her she was living a charmed life. But really, we all are, if we stop and take the time to realize that our ordinary is always someone else’s extraordinary. #whitneyeinLA #welldesignedhome A photo posted by Whitney English (@whitneyenglish) on
“The Internet has ruined us for humility.” – @JeffGoins
— Whitney English (@WhitneyEnglish) October 26, 2015
I have a thing for wooden cutting boards lately. Also, sleep. Because I’m in one of those “hustle until it’s done” seasons. My motto is currently “Ask for what you want but be grateful for what you get.” At the moment, my gratitude is coffee and a quiet house. What’s yours? 😊 A photo posted by Whitney English (@whitneyenglish) on
Strength doesn’t come from acting like you’re perfect. Strength comes from admitting that you’re not. – Micah Davis
— Whitney English (@WhitneyEnglish) October 11, 2015