It’s the start of a new week! I’d be lying if I said I was super ready for this week. Carl and I had an amazingly relaxing weekend and I didn’t want it to end. We ate ice cream, went to Target and bought nothing (I didn’t even know that was possible) and played old school Mario. We continued our tradition of eating Chikfila chicken minis in bed on Saturday morning and spending way too much time cuddling with Gatsby.
It’s pretty clear the Sarbacker household hasn’t been the healthiest it’s ever been since the start of the year. While Carl’s kidney issue has definitely been needing the most attention, I too have been sick. I’ve had a stomach virus, several migraines and a persistent cold/flu that has been coming and going. With the time off I’ve taken to care for Carl, I can’t lose anymore to annoying illnesses.
Hey there everyone! I’m on my honeymoon right now *blush* but the wonderful Kara, of Design Delight has been kind enough to guest post for me. Keep reading for her great post on how to stop being predictable.
Image via Unsplash | Edited by Kara
Every person I know has been there at one time or another. You’re in a creative rut, you’re in a blogging rut,
How many times have you heard or read about people following their passions? Or articles and books claiming they can teach you how to turn your passion into a career? It seems like the thing the do is follow your passion and make it your life. If you spend majority of your day doing what you’re passionate about, you have truly found happiness in life.
I’m here to tell you that is wrong.
It’s moving day! I’m on a lunch break to take Gatsby out and rest for a few before getting back to business. So far it’s going really well…except for crazy lady. She watched us from her porch and once she realized we weren’t moving stuff far away she creeped on Carl when he walked our microwave over. Then she moved from her normal spot at the pool so she could watch us move stuff into our apartment.