Hey guys and happy Monday! I’ve been so productive today! I figured it would be a nice idea to get some blogging in too. I hope everyone is doing well. The weather here has been both amazing and crazy. Last week it was warm enough for shorts and tank tops but this week we’re back in hoodies and jeans. It’s my first July wearing a hoodie but I can’t complain. There’s a part of me that has been feeling a bit overwhelmed by digital media so I took the weekend off and had a digital detox.
But what is a digital detox? It’s a period of time you take to totally separate yourself from all things digital. For some this is signing out of digital media like Instagram or Facebook. For others it’s putting down the phone for an extended period of time. Either way, it’s your choice on how far you take it. If you can’t bring yourself to take time off from the digital world, consider doing a digital declutter.
I spent the time playing Animal Crossing and drinking tea. Booker loves to sleep on the ground next to the couch so I had the privilege of warming my feet on her soft fur. I also watched a few of my favorite movies from the 90’s… Let me just say that those movies were super racist in the name of humor. Yikes.
Anyway, I felt better today after my time off and felt motivated to be more productive than usual. I’ve only got a few more emails to write before I can retire to the couch for some good old Animal Crossing. My island will ever be a 5 star island but that’s ok! I enjoy the wildness of what I have going on and I refuse to have only 200 trees in my game!
I also created a new spread for my bullet journal. But I made it with the intent of keeping it around all summer. We might get back into doing outside things at the end of them month though! And if we can go outside again, I’d love to share my future monthly spread.
I also did a lot of thinking on what else I could write about and I came up with a few good ideas. I’m excited to share them too. I love the bursts of love I get for this space. It’s grown into an intimate piece of myself and I’m thankful for those of you who decided to come along for the ride. I promise the future will be just as exciting and I can’t wait to share!