Hello my lovelies! It was my birthday this week. A time to reflect on everything that’s happened in the past year. Eat some cheesecake for breakfast. Apply for a job. Start meeting designers. And spend some time relaxing in low-key ways.
Hello my lovelies! This week I met a wonderful lady who is going to let me teach some baking classes. I’ve been experimenting with my daily routines. I dipped my toe with Facebook ads. The sourdough experiment continues.
Hello my lovelies! I’m finding it hard to think of what to tell you all about this week. It feels like not much happened. I finally redecorated the tree. I have been working more on getting my balance of environments right. I added a new post to the roster. I did some equipment maintenance. After hearing about it from a new friend I started #100HappyDays on Instagram. Well maybe my week wasn’t totally empty after all!
Hello my lovelies! This week I have been experimenting with the optimal level of “people” for work effectiveness, I forgot about redecorating the tree for March, ate a lot of toast and I’m learning about bulbs to get ready for next spring.
Just a quick update this week. Mostly because the end of the week got away on me. I made some good macarons. Then I made some bad ones. I met another wonderful food person. I made a birthday CAKE. Finally. I think I have accepted that I cannot drink alcohol anymore. And I started reading again.
Hello my lovelies! I have been out and about talking to some cool people. Having meaningful realisations about the focus of my work. Getting involved in some amazing projects helping out in the community. And there was pie. What a great week.
Hello my lovelies! Last week started and ended well with some difficult moments in between. We came out of the gate strong with a day relaxing with the SuperBowl and an army of hotdogs. We finished on a high with new hair, an exciting line up of coffee dates and a bunch of sunny days. There was definite downhill movement during the week though. I am shy and tend to retreat from the challenging and unknown. I think the medical term is wuss. Overcoming that instinct is what turned my week around.