Watching United States of Tara. It came up on my suggested shows list and I took the bait. It's fascinating and makes me a) want to study psychology and b) want to be Toni Collette because she's ah-mazing.
Reading Yes Please. I know, I've been reading it for a long time. I took a pause in leisurely reading because, parenthood, but I'm back on the reading train and picked up right where I left off. It's just as hilarious and insightful as I remembered, too.
Listening to the wind rustling the trees. It's lovely, the sounds you hear (or don't hear) when baby is sleeping.
Eating too many Reece's peanut butter eggs. Then again, part of me believes there's no such thing as too many - the same part of me that believes calories don't count when you're on vacation.
Drinking lots and lots of water, when I remember. I've been really bad about that lately and have even been getting migraines from dehydration. It's bad, I know. But I honestly just forget to drink water some days so I've started carrying my water bottle with me wherever I go again. Next step, drink it!
Craving travel. Anywhere. Mexico, Hawaii, France, Scotland, Bali, Peru, New York City, Chicago. We haven't had a real vacation in a while (I don't count trips to visit family as 'vacation') and my wanderlust is kicking into major overdrive.
Wishing I'd given up Facebook sooner. For Lent this year, I gave up Facebook. We're just over one week into it and, though it was a little tough at first, I'm actually enjoying my Facebook-free life. I'm finding time to read during the day (see above), go for more walks, and generally seem to be in a less disgruntled mood. I'm not saying that's all FB's fault but it's an interesting coincidence at the very least. I should've done this months ago!
Loving the early spring we've been enjoying here! After a chilly December and January (nothing compared to the rest of the country but chilly for us), it seems that ol' groundhog was right about spring coming early. It's been sunny most days and in the high 60s/low 70s around here for the last two weeks or so. The birds are singing, the trees are blooming, and the days are getting just a little bit longer, too. What's not to love?
Wondering if you have any good podcast recs? I need something to listen to when up late at night editing photos!