by Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg
Life has plenty of obnoxious circumstances. Most of us can readily list at least a few things that consistently annoy us. As a countermeasure, author T. Wise recommends a quick reset that he calls a “pet fave.” The opposite of a pet peeve, he defines a pet fave(orite) as “that kind of thing that we love because it’s just satisfying or on point.” This practice of recognizing the minor details that please us can ground us in small reminders of joy and connect us to one another in appreciation.