Monday, I really hit the ground running, but perhaps it was too much, because in the afternoon I hit a wall and really didn’t feel well – chills, achy muscles, and sore throat. I think my body was trying to fight off an illness. I got my workout and hair washing and drying all done early. We got school done early and I got fun mail! There is nothing better than makeup in the mail, especially a poppin’ highlight. I also love when a seller or company really steps up the game in shipping out packages. I ordered a Texas koozie and patch and Bryan threw in postcards and a sticker! Great service.
I had the most productive day on Tuesday! I couldn’t even begin to name all that I got done, but among those was a killer workout, quality time with my kids, and bathrooms cleaned. Hell yes!
Claudia and I got our exercise on Wednesday, ran some errands, and brought a stack of packages from the mailboxes. Who doesn’t love happy mail?! We shipped off some happy mail too. I love sending items to their new owners. I think it’s the best part of running a resale shop. I made a delicious dinner and enjoyed some quality time with Stuart after the kids went to bed.
I worked my tail off Thursday, prepping for something major I am planning and dropping prices in my resale shop.
Friday was spent doing little tasks like washing rugs and cleaning my ring, then a target outing for my mini and me. She helped me make the kids’ dinner while I simmered chili for Stuart and me.
Y’all know I love my Saturdays. I kicked things off this week with my squats (booty is starting to pop!) and then was rewarded with a mimosa (or 4). We had an amazing afternoon nap, then got groceries. Stuart made us some phenomenal tuna steaks and I drank WAY too much vodka.
Sunday was much like all our Sundays… did my nails, had some adult beverages, and kicked it with my family. Claudia did what she does best and “helped” Stuart cook and eat his dinner. It was of course the start of Daylight Saving Time, which is always such a damn treat. The entire day seemingly disappeared with the omission of a single hour.
How are you adjusting to the time change? Do you feel like you lose the entire day instead of a single hour?