We've been spending too much time on our butts so out of the house we go. Time to hit the trails!
Monday, June 14, 2021
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Thursday, January 7, 2021
We made it to 2021! I hope your New Years was fantastic even if it was at home on your couch. This extrovert didn't mind staying home to ring in the new year. We saved money, didn't have to deal with crowds and I could wear my pjs the whole night. Sounds like a win win to me.
Now the holidays are over and it's back to work. I think we can all agree that no one wanted to go back to work on Monday.
I bought a new planner for 2021. It's a blank one where you fill in the dates which is great since most of the planners I did find started in the summer of 2020. As someone who's very into journaling right now you would think I would jump on the bullet journal trend. I just haven't been able to muster the energy for that right now. A simple planner should work out just fine for me.
I usually don't set specific new years resolutions. I like to think of things I want to improve or focus on for the new year. This year I'm focusing on reducing my anxiety and being more creative.
Tell me how you celebrated the end of 2020 and what you're looking forward to in the new year.
Monday, December 14, 2020
I did find the time to start decorating for Christmas. I'm going to leave these snowflake lights up well after the holidays.
Yeah, pretty much sums up the past few months. I took this photo in Barnes & Noble to send to someone as part of a little inside joke.
I know I didn't show many photos of the actual house but I'll post more once I feel like things are more put together. It's an old farmhouse built in the 1860s. I was actually shocked when I saw the year it was built on the listing. There's been some renovations done by prior owners but if you look closely you can tell that it's an older house. The first night in the new house we thought we heard knocking at the back door when we were in the kitchen. Turns out it was either the washing machine or a ghost. There was no one at the door.