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Well, I Didn’t PLAN for That…

I love planners.  Notebooks and planners are like my kryptonite. Every time I walk into a store with decorative journals and planners, I stare at them for a long time, caress them, and then eventually guilt Dan into buying me (at least) one. Ever since I was a child who enjoyed writing, I was drawn to certain notebooks, and I just had to have them, … Continue reading Well, I Didn’t PLAN for That…

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Sunday Scribblings – #116 Avocado

Happy Sunday, everyone! Every Wednesday, blogging buddy Aaron over at The Confusing Middle posts a “Sunday Scribblings” prompt for other bloggers to ponder and respond to on the following Sunday. If you’re a blogger looking for more inspiration, I highly recommend jumping in and joining in on the fun! This week’s prompt is: Avocado! Before I dive into this post, I just want to give … Continue reading Sunday Scribblings – #116 Avocado

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Renata’s Guide: Do’s and Don’ts of Working from Home

Like many people throughout the country (and the world), I began working from home back in 2020, and since then, my job has become permanently remote. While I wasn’t sure how I would acclimate to working from home back in March 2020, I’ve actually really enjoyed it (although I’ve really missed the social aspect of working in the office). And since I’m now clearly an … Continue reading Renata’s Guide: Do’s and Don’ts of Working from Home

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Sunday Scribblings – #115 Self Care

Happy Sunday, everyone! Every Wednesday, blogging buddy Aaron over at The Confusing Middle posts a “Sunday Scribblings” prompt for other bloggers to ponder and respond to on the following Sunday. If you’re a blogger looking for more inspiration, I highly recommend jumping in and joining in on the fun! This week’s prompt is: Self Care! Self care has always been tough for me. Most of … Continue reading Sunday Scribblings – #115 Self Care