Today, I realized I used some of my hard earned money to buy this blog that I never attend to. Writing is an exercise so please excuse me for just coming here to get some reps in without immediately showing up as a perfectly in shape blogger at the first go.
This week for me has been about how do I want to grow? My spring cleaning is kicking in and I want to have less things and more quality. I’ve lost about seven pounds in the last two weeks just by eating 99% vegan on the weekdays. I daily think about how I need to read more into my faith and focus more time on that instead of Instagram. We almost bought 18 acres of land this week (right, I know?! WTH) but I think have settled into really giving our little cottage the hard work and love she deserves before leaving her behind. More than anything, I just want a routine, a schedule, an organized life. It ALWAYS makes me a happier person. Always.
A little inside joke I’ve had with my mom for years is how freakin’ excited I get over choosing and purchasing a new day planner. I love the academic planners that run from Summer to Summer because Christmas is not the time to change over a planner, IMO. Most of the time, it’s bought at Target while shopping together and I do a little ceremony with music and dance and she just rolls her eyes and laughs. Y’all, I’ve even bought new planners within the year because I messed up some pages or the format all of a sudden isn’t working for me. JUDGE NOT. Other times when I’ve purchased one without her as my shopping buddy, I immediately text her with a picture of me hugging it and she remarks on how weird I am. This coming from a lady that still keeps an enormous trapper keeper under her couch with multiple calendars, a mesh zipped pouch, spiral notebooks and checkbook ledger. (OMG I even found it online… it’s exactly this one! It crazy)
Maybe I’ll do less musings and more creative things I’ve tried? Maybe I’ll keep rambling, stay tuned!