Loving the library. I love love love having free access to books and magazines, and could easily spend a few hours walking through the stacks or plopping down in a chair with a good book or with my laptop.
Reading Saving Simon by Jon Katz. If crying in the prologue is any indicator that this will be a good book, I don't know what is. And yes, the book starts out a bit sad, but he's an excellent writer. Josh - thank you for the recommendation.
Listening to a few new-to-me podcasts. I currently have a few episodes of Smart Passive Income and Passporter's Disney lined up. (Yes I like Disney. Please don't judge.)
Eating green grapes. So many grapes - I just can't seem to get enough lately.
Drinking green tea. I love my coffee, but I'm at a point where I want to cut down on my caffeine intake. Coffee tastes great but the jittery feelings are too much. So sure, I'm at three or four cups of tea a day, but it still feels good to wean myself off coffee and high caffeine.
Trying to be patient as I wait for spring. I'm so tired of seeing temperatures in the teens, and cannot wait to go on long walks and hikes again without dealing with snow and ice. Oh winter. You make us long for spring and summer.
Craving a spring trip to the city. I'd love to just wander around, take in a good meal, and visit Moma and some farmers' markets.
Catching up on writing letters. I owe one friend a thank you note and a few friends birthday cards, so that is for sure happening this week.
Working on writing the blog posts first. It's so easy to get caught up in checking Instagram and email and other blogs, and even making design changes to my own blog. But the only way to get the writing done is to write.