Today is Freethinkers Day. And perhaps that is the reason for a lot of frustration. I find for myself that the hardest questions to *want* to answer are the ones where there is a canned answer. Especially if the answer is well documented and accessible to the person asking. The questions I like answering best are the ones which require some investigation and creative thinking. Then, if I can come up with a workable answer, it feels like a victory.
January has been rough. You’ve probably noticed my long absence. Or not, as the case may be.
I still have my resolutions which I am working through, but things have been very busy at work and I’ve been exhausted when I get home, so there has been very little time for documenting what I’ve been up to, much less any “me time.”
What accomplishments have I made this month? Anything? Small victories, I think. I took all of the boxes to the trash this week; they had been cluttering up the bedroom and kitchen hallway. I finally took the leaves to the kitchen table I had given away last year to the curb. I moved my sticker binders into the office instead of the living room. And half of the stovetop is cleaned off.
Also, I’ve started taking photos of what each room in the house looks like *right now*. I’m planning on doing this each month to keep myself on track. I’ll probably add those photos to a different post.
Hopefully, February will be a little calmer and I’ll be able to get more routines in place.
Only one month until Lent!