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Murals, Bubbly & the Importance of Fun

April 30, 2014

It’s been an intense couple of weeks here in NYC, with spring events, collaborations, and ideas blossoming just as quickly as the cherry blossoms in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (most of which haven’t even blossomed yet, actually)! I didn’t have a chance to get over there yet, but those aforementioned opportunities? I’m all over ’em.

It’s important to remember to stop and smell the flowers though (spring puns, I love them). Spring is a crazed season full of excitement and rebirth, so getting caught up in the mix and burning out is an ever-present possibility.

Infuse fun in your life wherever possible, whether that means visiting a colorful boutique between stressful meetings or practicing dance moves for the elevator security cameras.

lower east side mural nyc

After we left the Bloomingdale’s event last week, for instance, I was happy, but my mind immediately catapulted to my next project. But, I stopped myself. Why not let the joy of having accomplished something hang around for a while?

What is the point of achieving if we never celebrate the achievements?

So, Raffa and I took fun portraits in front of this awesome mural on Houston and then frolicked over to Simone Martini Bar for some bellinis to celebrate the day. Presto! Some well-deserved fun to round out the experience.

lower east side mural nyc

Look at this hunky man! :*

lower east side mural nyc

lower east side mural nyc

Long story short, enjoying what we do is just as important as doing it, so the next time you accomplish something awesome, remember this:

You haven’t completed the task until you raise a glass of bubbly (or even San Pellegrino) to celebrate the accomplishment. 

Cheers to that!

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