What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

How to Watch the 2017 Solar Eclipse



Xavier Jubier

I read this article last week, and it really struck a chord with me. It’s full of advice, both practical and emotional, for viewing tomorrow’s solar eclipse.

Five Things You Must Not Do During Totality at the Solar Eclipse

And here’s the solar eclipse path map, in case you haven’t seen it.

Happy viewing!

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

12 thoughts on “How to Watch the 2017 Solar Eclipse

  1. Lunch time for me and the eclipse here in sunny FL. Can’t wait!

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  2. I’m very excited to see the 98% coverage here in Charlotte, NC! The tip
    about appreciating all of the things happing at once was great, thank you!

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  3. We have joined the hoards which traveled to Charleston, SC. Fingers crossed for a clear sky tomorrow. If we aren’t so lucky, well it was still a fun adventure.

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  4. We have our eclipse glasses ready. We aren’t getting totality here in PA, of course, but it’s still going to be a cool experience. It’s been over a decade since my last eclipse experience and I was on my own in the garden so this is going to be a much more fun experience.

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