I’m not usually one for new year resolutions because I always either fail or forget about them (which means failure, right?). To be honest, I don’t considering the switch that big of a deal but I understand those who believe in fresh starts. Sometimes a fresh start is just what we need after all.
Seeing that Christimas is here, I decided to show you some photos of our tiny Christmas tree. Even though it looks mostly the same every year – I’ve never shared any pictures of it, have I? 🙂
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This has been on my mind for the past couple of days if not the whole month of December. As time moves on, tracking macros is getting harder and harder. Not because I would be trying to lose weight but because I’m bulking, and I think there really is no reason to keep it all on point. I don’t feel frustrated, just lazy.
Hi! Here’s a tag I’ve found over at Invisibly Perfect and thought it’s a great idea for a busy Monday …
Today was an interesting day. I could say I had sensed something would go wrong and taken my knitting project with me.
Although it is an American holiday, I believe Thanksgiving should be celebrated everywhere in the world. In my eyes thankfulness should be one of our foundations – not because we owed something to others but simply because we should acknowledge whatever good things and people we have come across at some point in our lives.
In the past few weeks I’ve had the opportunity to listen to a number of various musicians, stretching from punk rock to emo and, yes, pop. This post is therefore dedicated to those artists that have impressed me so much that I simply have to share their delicious music. I hope you find something you like among the following suggestions.
People often look for specific dates to start something new. Usually we go for 1 January or whichever Monday comes first after Easter festivities. Some people decide to turn their life upside down on their birthday.