Month: April 2015

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It’s a Bank Holiday Monday today, and I can’t believe I’m going back to the office tomorrow (even if briefly). To be completely honest with you, I would rather not have to go to the office. Not so much because of work, but more because of having to physically go to the office for just two days. This week has passed with no news from my side. I’ve spent most of it at home, either recovering, or resting, or being downright lazy. I’ve tackled my room, which was a mess since before I left on holidays to the snow and had become worse since I got back, and managed to reorganise my desk a bit. I even got rid of my printer, the one I never managed to sync with my MacBook and was simply taking up space, and replaced it with my sewing machine, much more useful indeed. The whole weekend has been spent mostly reading and sleeping, which I guess I needed to some extent (a holiday after my holiday), and I feel …

Feeling the need to regroup

As you know, I’m briefly back to normal before going away again, and I wanted to do a quick review of what’s going on at the moment (aside from my travels). I know I keep saying how busy I am, and how many things I’m up to all the time and all that, and I’m aware it sounds like a bit of self-back-patting. That’s not at all what I’m trying to do here… It’s more a sort of to-do list for myself, or to keep track of what I’m up to (and if anything of what I do inspires you to do something similar, well, that’s a win-win and all that). Sunday was spent mostly in bed, first sleeping, then watching series. I was exhausted from my trip, and my body pretty much forced me into passing out for most of the day. When someone says think of your happy place, I automatically think of my bed. Not the idea of it, but the actual physical place. It’s way too comfy at any time, my …