Day 2527: Essentials

I think clear communication is essential, so I’m essentially starting today’s blog post with a definition of essentials.

plural noun: essentials

a thing that is absolutely necessary.
“we had only the bare essentials in the way of gear”

the fundamental elements or characteristics of something.
“he was quick to grasp the essentials of an opponent’s argument”

Are you quick to grasp the essentials of a blog post from me?














What essentials do you see in my photographs?  I see the essentials of connection, loyalty, self-care, animals, and others.

It’s essential that I get to work on time, so I’m going to quickly finish this blog post with another essential for me — music. Last night, my essential fiancé and I danced to tunes that might become our essential song. It’s not essential that you listen to these (here and here on YouTube), but I hope you do.


What are your essentials?

Of course, gratitude is an essential here at The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally, so thanks to all who are essential in helping me create these daily posts, including YOU!


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11 thoughts on “Day 2527: Essentials

  1. You can’t go wrong with the work of Squeeze or Marshall Crenshaw, Ann. They are essential to my musical choices as well.

  2. I think dogs are essential, although I don’t limit myself to just one group.

  3. puella33

    It’s essential to be young at heart like the parents in Santa’s picture.

  4. Do you know what is essential for my life, a beating heart, that’s what

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  6. Thanks for pointing me in a new direction for 2020! I aspire to be known as a self-care maven. I absolutely love that. Thank you, Ann.

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