Fountain Park in Fountain Hills, Arizona

Fountain Park in Fountain Hills, AZ is the home of what was once the tallest fountain in the world, according to Guinness Book of Records. Not only is it one of my favorite places to visit when I am in need of a relaxing visit with nature, but it also holds very special memories, as this is the place where my fiancé and I had our first date and got engaged.The Fountain, at noon and at sunset (see the full fountain show on Youtube)Art sculptures around the parkThe Aflac Duck's CousinSome of the … [Read more...]

Fetching Friday – Design, Blogging Resources

This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring interesting discoveries and useful resources on the net, random tidbits of news, and a preview for next week's posts on InspirationLooking for great design ideas? Check out 1stwebdesigner. Dainis has bloggers, freelancers, web developers and graphic designers in mind, filling this site with useful tutorials, informative articles on topics such as Google Adsense and Tracking Site Traffic, and inspirational … [Read more...]

A Hummingbird Nest – Photos & Haiku

Last week, when I was shooting my macro photos of flowers around my office, I stumbled across something even more interesting. At first, I, along with the majority of my co-workers, thought it was some kind of strange spiderweb. But later, I found out it was something much more exciting and beautiful.Springtime brings the mostamazing things to us rightoutside our front doorShe sits on her nestwaiting patiently for themto hatch underneathThe first is earlyor perhaps the second latesoon we … [Read more...]

Prolonging a Productivity Drought

There are times when, no matter how many goals we have setup for ourselves, and no matter how much we have achieved so far, we lose some steam and become demotivated. We lose the urge to finish set goals, or to create new goals once the prior ones are finished. And along with the lack of motivation comes the lack of productivity. Prolonging a Productivity DroughtDuring these productivity droughts, we find ourselves bored, and sometimes we fill in the void that was originally blocked out to … [Read more...]