I remember six months ago when I used to read…books, that is. It was a lovely thing.
I’m actually still reading the same Fifty Shades of Grey book I started six weeks ago. How embarrassing. The problem is I never pick up the book anymore and not because it’s not interesting; anytime objects have been inserted into unexpected bodily places, I’d say you’ve got interesting covered. I’ve cracked the cover (or the Kindle) twice in the past month. I am three People magazines deep (um, hello Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively got married; where the hell have I been?!), and I haven’t progressed past how to name your blog in my still very new looking copy of Blogging For Dummies. There’s just no time, and I want enough to not only publish a WIAW post, but also to check out everybody else’s eats too. I want to explore new blogs, and there’s simply too few hours in the day to do so.
The Holidays are coming, my insanely busy time at work is on the horizon, and I refuse to go into the next few months feeling stressed or behind or backed up (too few veggies; I kid).
So here’s what I’m going to do: I’m reclaiming Wednesday nights!
Well, it’s hump day (alright I really just wanted to say hump, can you blame me?) and it happens to be the evening where I have the house to myself (which sadly doesn’t go well with humping). So from here on out, Wednesday is my chill out and get caught up on fun stuff night.
I know what you’re thinking, “What does this mean for me?”
Or if you are a fellow blogger, “Yep, I feel pretty much the same way.”
Now, if you aren’t saying the former, then I’m going to have to work on my dazzling adjectives, re-tap the creative well and up my already A plus photography skills (snort). Jokes aside, it means I’m not going to be publishing a Thursday post…well, except for today. I’m too much of a planner to feel like I can just bounce out on Thursdays without letting you know it’s coming.
So there you have it. I’ll be back tomorrow with my usual hijinks and a montage to bell peppers (I still love my CSA). Until then, go “Tap That” because everybody should have a good roll in the hay (and Fall is officially upon us, or under us (wink, wink)).
How do you handle too busy? What changes, if any, do you make to cope?