For sure, you've seen people wearing the same clothing and posting it on social media with "twinning" somewhere in the caption. I've never been one for this thing, but I guess recent events have made me more sentimental.
This week has been one of the most trying times of 2020. That's not to say that rest of the year has been easy. We all know it hasn't, but for me, this week just seems to be full of little things that add up to make my muscles clench, my mind race.
This past couple of weeks have been a lesson on accountability (among a few other things, but that's a story for another post). I signed up for a program with a nutrition coach because I have been unable to control myself when it came to food.
Hanging on to your sanity may be your best accomplishment this year. With everything that is going on, it is easy to lose it. More people are experiencing depression, anger, sadness, melancholy, and a bunch of other emotions that one wouldn't want to wish on others. Yet, it is what it is. Life sucks right now, and we just have to deal with it. You're not getting any platitudes from me today. Nope. Right now, I can't handle platitudes. What I can share are things that are keeping me sane. Things that I hope will help (if you need). 1. Duolingo They say people are humblebragging about the hobbies and skills they have discovered during quarantine. And while it can be annoying to see your social media feed full of expert bakers, cooks, gardeners, and whatnot (jealous much?), there is something to be said about expanding your skillset. It's not mandatory, of course, but hey, if you have the time and inclination, why not pick up something new? For me, it's learning Spani