I was directed to this blog yesterday from another site, and while I think your blog is absolutely beautiful and your home is lovely, this is just a little too much of "look what I have" for me. I found I couldn't enjoy reading it too much because of this, and I can't begin to count how many times the word "Harvard" comes up. It's a bit pretentious. This blog is for a very small population of the world, that I do not belong to.
Funny how your comment is not related with Jessica's post. What does Harvard having to do with this post anyway? Back to the post, I really love your ideas Jessica. I would like to know some of your insights or suggestions. We are planning to move in our new office space in Singapore what kind of paint should we use for the office to look bright and cozy?
To address the "Look what I have tone" and the I went to Harvard tone, although I did get a sense of that one should never apologize for ones achievements in life. I believe anyone can get anywhere if they put their minds to it. Even non verbal autistic people have veeb able to step out and people in comas as well as a man born with no arms or legs has managed to travel the world, get several degrees, marry a beautiful woman and be an inspiration to millions so I say we should never dim our lights to make others comfortable. I live in a beautiful space scaled down to a quarter of what she has but looking at her blog and seeing what one can do inspires me to aspire for even better. I have always wanted a Harvard degree and want that for my children too well now I can relate to someone who actually went and know it is possible. Never ever apologize or minimize what you do or have, use it like she is to inspire others and ive them hope. I love that she showed the messydrawer and how to fix it. This is her dream house and so obviously they started from less so the question I have for her is how did she do it and how can I achieve someting similar?
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