It's been a long time away from this blog. I've been deeply immersed in creating content for teams I work with and for others and have set aside my own work. A big project just ended though and I am ready to re-engage!
So, I'll start with a new feature - Monday Mugs.
Both Miranda and I are fans of coffee mugs. Want proof?
Yep, those are our coffee mug shelves. As in plural. And this does not count the mugs in the dishwasher, which was loaded at the time.
I am not a hoarder. But I find a hard time letting go of coffee mugs. So does Miranda.
I can get rid of any other kind of glass, plate, serving dish, or piece of cutlery with no conscience.
Yep, I am a psychopath when it comes to getting rid of plates.
But mugs are different. I think that's because the best mugs tell a story. A story of a place, a time, an experience, a person.
If you attract coffee mugs, chances are you are a person who likes a good story and sees their life as a narrative.
So starting next Monday, I'll be introducing you each week to a different mug in our shelves and telling you its story.