You Become What You Water.
As the unofficial end of summer approaches, this Monday marks a change of tide. Days are increasingly shorter and temperatures are dropping (at least I felt a cool breeze last evening) though the urge to hit the pool remains. I spent many summer days and nights out seeing friends, enjoying beer gardens and dining around town. I spent many other summer nights inside editing, emailing and planning projects. My summer motto — “You become what you water” — helped me remember it’s important to play hard, but in order to keep playing hard there has to be a lot of hard work, too!
I recently took advantage of the easy summer vibes and hosted a pool party at Sonesta Philadelphia. It was my way of saying “Good work watering all those
plants projects this summer, now go enjoy the sun.” Since it’s the unofficial last weekend of summer I’ll be kicking back relaxing, possibly hanging on a swim float again. Then I head back into my pool of intense fall projects. Just how I like it.
Happy Labor Day Weekend! Don’t labor too hard!
Photography: Briana Louise