my determination to be better at savoring the good things that came my way. Then on Tuesday, I left to spend most of the rest of the week at a conference, where my book was featured in my publisher's display, and I signed copy after copy at a signing that was a part of the festivities.
When I think of savoring, I think of taking a moment to take in the moment that I'm in. That, however, is just one way that we can savor the good things.
Interested in doing some savoring of your own? Check out this article by Stacey Kennelly from Berkeley's Greater Good site to find nine more ways to make every moment count.