Starting fresh with a new week. I’m trying to be a little more minimalistic in my layouts. Those are the spreads that I always seem drawn to on Instagram and Pinterest. And this week’s quote is because of tomorrow’s IEP for my daughter (Individual Education Plan, used for students with disabilities). I also changed up… Continue reading A fresh new week of layouts
I’ve been doing well! Since returning home from the long weekend, I’ve been to the gym a couple of times, logging my food, and not snacking late at night. I still struggle to drink enough water and get to bed at a reasonable hour (I now blame my resolution of 52 books in 52 weeks).… Continue reading When a salad ruins your whole day.
Since the kids had no school on MLK Day, we drove a couple of hours away to spend time with my parents this past long weekend. And off the resolution wagon I did fall. Face plant. Why is it so hard to stay on track when you’re with family? There were things like not having my normal protein-filled breakfast… Continue reading The long weekend
An area I need to improve on is keeping a clean(ish) home. I played with a variety of house cleaning layouts last year and finally came up with a couple separate lists that seem to work for me. This is my monthly list of chores. We’re almost halfway through the month and I haven’t been able… Continue reading Home, Clean home
A new spread that I’m trying for the first time this year: 52 books in 52 weeks. This may be a bit ambitious, but why not. I like a goal and maybe it will keep me from watching so much Bravo. You know you’re a parent of a child with a disability when the… Continue reading On a lighter note…
I’ve got my planner all set up finally. I had skipped ahead to make my daily bujo and fitness pages, but had to back track to set up some pages with yearly goals and such. Cold and dreary Midwest weather is a good excuse to stay in and schedule/plan/journal. My weight loss page is… Continue reading Some backstory.
I finally got around to setting up this year’s bullet journal. I changed it up a bit this year and I’ll admit, I’m a little apprehensive. Last year I used a dotted Moleskine and I liked the ease of carrying it around, but in addition to my Moleskine, I had separate notebooks for my journal, random notes, and school… Continue reading It’s a set-up.