I’m a creature of routine, but I still need flexibility. I adjust as I go and go with the flow. It’s the only way to live I think. If you’re looking for a perfect routine, you won’t find one here. You’ll just find what works for me. If you can take anything from it to use it for yourself, feel free to do so. If not that’s okay. Again, this is my routine.
We’ve been cooped up in the house for a little over a year, and many of us have probably not given a second thought to anything other than overpriced food delivery, mask acne, and Zoom fatigue. Here’s the thing, it’s perhaps time you renewed your passport. If you’ve been putting it off, it’s time to gather all of your docs and get cracking. You might want to pour yourself a nice big cup of coffee. Let’s go!
Like, I’m glad this dumpster fire of a year is coming to an end, but I know that 2021 has the potential to become garbage, too. I’d like to believe that most of the madness and sadness are behind us. So, even though I’m flipping off 2020 and can’t wait to put it behind me, I am also trying to remain optimistic because it’s all I’ve got.
“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” Abraham Lincoln I haven’t celebrated 4th of July in years. When I was a child, I have fond memories of going to Echo Park in Los Angeles with my family. Waiving my sparklers
I woke up to the news early Friday morning as I was getting ready to put my phone down for the night (your morning). I wanted it to be one of those awful internet hoaxes that seem to dispose of people daily. This time, I had to double-check to make sure I completely understood what I was reading.
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