Yesterday I indulged in some delightful time on my computer. I’m on my computer all the freakin’ time, and a lot of times I want nothing more than to NOT be on my computer. But I usually feel rushed or guilty and I skim things and try to consume a lot at once. Yesterday I let myself go on a leisurely “stroll” through one blogger’s entire Whole 30 journey, listened to a fun song, and felt relaxed and calm. So that was fun.
- I don’t know why, but I’m fascinated by this video of what happens inside your dishwasher.
” Somewhere along the way, it became easier to just make the choices myself and move ahead. It was more efficient that way. But, let me tell you, I’ve never heard of a happy marriage that was described as “easy” or “efficient.””
It’s easy to fall into this trap, not only just in marriage! I’ve been tempted with issues like this in work relationships.
And on a related note, a cute infographic about elements of a happy marriage.
Drinking this Cucumber Grapefruit Fizz might potentially boost my happiness in general.
My cousin posted about Spiked Seltzer on Facebook and I am reaalllly bummed that they are only sold in the Northeast!
Andy’s been out of town again at a conference in Stockholm. (Coincidentally, my parents were also traveling, in Santa Cruz, CA, and my mom was texting me beautiful pictures of the ocean and between the two trips I felt a little bummed sitting on my couch on Saturday. But such is life.)
I'm on a train texting my husband, who is also on a train, but in Stockholm. #technology— Laura Lindeman (@lclindeman) June 25, 2014
How do you eat your trail mix? I have a tendency to pick everything apart and eat like things together. But maybe there’s something to be said for eating an whole handful all at once.
So the point of trail mix is you're supposed to eat all the M&M's out of it, right?— Laura Lindeman (@lclindeman) June 27, 2014
Well, our mortgage company sent us a personalized address stamp, so that's pretty much worth the price of admission!— Laura Lindeman (@lclindeman) June 26, 2014
The most expensive address stamp I’ll ever own!