I had grand plans of writing at least once a week once quarantine began, but I haven't. I think it would be good for my soul and all that if I did but for some reason, it's easier to just not. Today is day 41. Since then, I've left my house for some walks (which … Continue reading I Haven’t Written in a While (word vomit)
I've always seen self care as a bougie massage, a fancy workout class or a face mask. I never thought there would be the day where self care was a nap and a shower, but I guess this is part of transforming into a mother. Today, with my husband's guidance, I took an hour long … Continue reading In My Feelings, a la Drake
I just had a flashback to my high school aerobics gym class. Every Friday we would do yoga and meditations (I know, I know - bougie AF). Our teacher would begin each meditation session by having us close our eyes, and saying that we are "exactly where we need to be." This has resonated with … Continue reading I’m Where I Need To Be
The World Happiness Report came out today, on International Happiness Day, and the United States is the 19th happiest country. Last year, we were the 18th happiest country, and the year before that, we were the 14th happiest. So... what's happening? Why are we, a developed country, failing at happiness? What even is happiness?! How … Continue reading International Happiness Day: Where Do We Stand?!
I was spoiled - spoiled rotten. My old commute was an easy 12-minute drive down the highway. We moved recently, and now my commute into work is about 30 minutes and my drive home is anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. That's a total of at least one hour of driving a day! 60 … Continue reading When Your Commute is LONG AF
Freaking out is my speciality. I freak out about everything: the weather, how much time I need to get to the airport, how many eggs are left in the fridge. My husband, on the other hand, is the coolest cucumber you'll ever meet, and this has helped me grow. He always says to think about … Continue reading But…Will It Kill You?