daily life

318: The Final Days

by Erin

  • Explore someplace new
  • Be inspired
  • Read a classic
  • Try a new recipe
  • (Re)connect
  • Get selfishly creative (project 2 of 12)

Reflections on this set of 3:18 activities…

1. There is quite a variety of activity going on in my life and my afternoons show it. There is a balance of time for myself, time with family, and time for work. Balance is good.

2. The end of the month was much more about preparing for baby’s arrival the earlier in the month. I have entered the “nesting and resting” phase.

3. More photos in this set featured less what I was actually seeing when the clock struck 3:18 and were more representations of what I was doing at the time.

March 21.

Curtain: because sometimes it takes you all day to make it into the shower

021

March 22.

Catch-up: e-mail marathon

022

March 23.

Happy Birthday!: How about some homemade “Twinkies”?

023

March 24.

Bleeding: my brackets are sore

024

March 25.

Too pretty to work: snow, puzzle, and mint tea

025(2)

March 26.

Meal planning: time for groceries again

026

March 27.

To do list: paint bathroom

015 (2)

March 28.

Above the drum circle: client meeting

027

March 29.

Visualization: practicing for a calm birth

028 (3)

March 30.

Travel North: family celebration

013

March 31.

Recharge: rest the body

026 (2)

In case you missed it, here are the previous ten days.

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318: The First Ten Days

   by Erin

  • Explore someplace new
  • Be inspired
  • Read a classic
  • Try a new recipe
  • (Re)connect
  • Get selfishly creative (project 2 of 12)

What is this that you are about to see? I explain the project here.

01

March 1.

Afternoon snack: homemade banana chips

02

March 2.

Napping house: pleasure reading

03

March 3.

Indiana landscape: 124 miles from home

04

March 4.

Dinner preparation: quinoa burgers

004 (2)

March 5.

Onsite work: understanding audience at the art museum

06

March 6.

Pregnancy: more procedures, more blood draws

07

March 6.

Megatron: unexpected playtime with the kiddo

08

March 8.

Yard inspection: signs that Winter and Spring have met

March 9.

(I was in a movie theater. I contemplated taking a picture, but though better of it.)

 10

March 10.

Weekend chores: vacuuming

Lessons learned so far:

1. I do, actually, take some time for myself every once in a while. Why doesn’t it feel that way?

2. Although my calendar was a good hint, March is shaping up to be a busy month: appointments, meetings, trips, and visits with friends and family.

3. I don’t snack around this time of day nearly as much as thought I would.