I’m sorry I suddenly realized this morning that I hadn’t been on here since Tuesday. All I can say is that I’ve been doing a lot of sleeping still when I’m not at work.

Teaching:

I definitely sleep better when I don’t have the stress of going to work but I had forgotten how much I enjoy spending the day with kids. I even heard one the other day saying how fast the days go.🤣 My boys are having a it of difficulty adjusting to my being back, but we’re getting there. I think I have finally found everything and we’re getting there with the work.

Exercise:

You know me- I want to run, workout and do yoga everyday, but I have not been letting myself do that. I’m easing back into this. Tuesday I ran, Wednesday I didn’t plank and a short upper body workout from NourishMoveLove and yesterday I got to go back to my yoga class. (There are only six of us in an entire gym so lots of social distancing). Today I am hoping for a run and a stroll with a friend (my person as I’m single).

Knitting:

Well I actually have two projects on the go! I have started The Bonny by TinCanKnits and the Musselburgh hat in black for a friend for winter. I am hoping to stop at my parents apartment today and steal my mom’s Ott light ( she said it’s okay so I’m not really stealing) so I can get more work done on my cross stitch.

Reading:

I haven’t been reading much. I started a historical romance but can’t seem to really get into it. I feel like I need to find a modern, small town,sweet for right now.

Shopping:

Even with being home I’ve had an expensive week. I ordered the new appliances, paid my utilities and hit up Costco. I did better at Costco than I have in the past. I have been loving my $20 robe I had gotten from there so this time I picked up two new towels for $20. They are bigger than me and felt so soft and squishy!

Well there’s my life in a nutshell and I’ll do my best not to fall behind again!

Have fun!

AJ

24 thoughts on “Sleeping

    1. Yup I keep trying to keep in mind that it can be a three month recovery so I don’t want to go crazy the first few weeks! I am loving my housecoat it reminds me of one my mom had when I was a kid

  1. Don’t worry about falling behind. You have to take time to fully recover. This is a tricky virus and it has a long recovery period. Go easy on yourself and work on getting your strength back at a pace that your body can handle.

    1. Oh I’m so glad to hear that you are vaccinated! I hope my parents are done soon! I hear recovery can take up to three months and I definitely am feeling it

  2. Good good recovery pace is important. No setbacks for you please!!!
    I know it is very hard for those of you who like working out, yoga and running,
    Good that you missed the students. That says a lot!

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