Making December Daily album pages every day and really loving the process. I am in love with the 6 x 8 album size. It’s making me think very heavily about switching over to that format for my Project Life album in 2015.
Planning healthier meals and making time for exercise. December is no excuse for me to slack off completely. I’m getting a jump on January.
Binge-watching Parenthood. I never knew I liked this show. I remember watching the first season and thinking, “Yeah, okay.” And then just stopped watching it. But I was looking for a new Netflix show to keep me company on the treadmill and this one is totally filling the bill. Plus, I’m crying regularly at every viewing. I’m on Season 3, halfway through.
Counting down the days until I head over to Wisconsin to pick up our girl for the Christmas holidays. I’ll be staying one night in the Mad Town and we’ll be doing fun, mama-daughter stuff. So excited to see her.
Crossing my fingers no major winter storms hit next week when I’m slated to go.
Working on my Christmas cards. I like to knock out a handful every night, even though they’ve been printed and ready to go now for a few weeks.
Loving this song by Father John Misty. I had heard of him, but was mostly unfamiliar with his work. This song is in heavy rotation on 89.3 The Current, Minnesota’s truly singular alternative public radio station. I hear a little Elton John in the first notes. There’s a tone in his voice. So cool.
Getting a lot of use out of my favorite washi tape holder from All Ready Memories. I bought this a few years back and Christmas is really my go-to washi time. This dispenser has shown up in my Instagram feed a few times and every time I get comments asking, “Hey, where’d you get that?”
Trying to finish up my Christmas shopping. I do pretty much all of it online these days. What can I say? I’m a modern girl. And an introvert. Crowds and shopping malls? Hard pass.
Reflecting on the comments from my latest Women in Business post. I appreciate the conversations you bring to the comments section and they remind me to push for real life in this business, and let the chips fall where they will. Or the mini-brads.
What about you? What are you doing now in December?