Cheers to the end of April 2020 because that can only mean that we are four weeks closer to being on the other side of this whole pandemic thing.
The boredom does set in from time to time but being at home has had its upsides. I've found more time to read and absolutely LOVED this book.
I gut laughed so many times. It is sharp, witty, and was a great distraction. In fact, I loved it so much that I put everything this author has written on my Want To Read shelf at Good Reads.
Staying home has meant more time for television. My husband and I are both obsessed with this show.
And more time at home also equals more time to be inspired. I discovered and swooned over this colorful coastal home while scrolling through my Instagram feed.
I also ran across this site and realized that my blog, which I write and typically view from my desktop, wasn't formatting well on a mobile device. I was embarrassed when I saw that it was actually really hard to read. Shame on me for not looking into this sooner. I apologize to all of you readers that were trying to navigate my posts on your phone. I'll try harder.
I also found things for the littles in my world like this printable Summer Reading Chart that would be great for Crew. You can find and print out your own here.
Then there has been the whole re-evaluating my wardrobe lately. Quarantining has been all about feeling relaxed and embracing my sports bras. I added this one to my cart recently and I'm so glad I did. Not only is it comfortable but I love the colors and the crisscrossed back.
This budget-friendly maxi dress also showed up on my porch.
A big thank you to my UPS driver. Again, it is easy, laid back, and comfy but has a bit of retro glam going for it too. #winner #latestlove
Don't get me wrong. I'm ready for this to pass but I wonder if someday I will be craving just one of these slower, closer-to-home days and the time I had to do almost nothing at all.