I’m leaving for Europe in two weeks (I realize how ridiculously pretentious that sounds) and so me not blogging on the reg is to prepare you for my absence (even more pretentious I know). But I am so incredibly busy planning my outfits and buying mini shampoo and conditioner that blogging has fallen by the wayside.
Just kidding you guys. My days are spent fulfilling my corporate duties and now that The Husband is home every night, we cook dinner together and actually have in depth conversations about stuff. I’ve also been hard at work on my secret project and catching up on Homeland. Oh and this is the first weekend I’ll be at home in weeks so I look forward to planning my outfits for Europe 😉
This article really speaks to me. It outlines 25 signs indicating you need a vacation from social media. I am guilty of the following:
- You enter a new place or social situation and you immediately judge whether it’s Instagram-worthy.
- You speak in hashtags. For example, “I totally just fell down the stairs. Hashtag —fail,” or “I ate too many donuts today. Hashtag—first world problems.”
- You’re starting to resent the frequency with which you type the phrases, “check out,” “click here,” and “for more details.”
- You’re frustrated when you see low engagement on your most important personal status updates.
- When you go out to eat, your food is always cold because you’ve just Instagrammed it into oblivion.
- You come up with ideas for posts while hanging out with your friends. You immediately start texting yourself future post ideas.
- You’ve used “Ermahgerd!” when speaking with your parents.
I think we’re all in the same boat right? #bloggerproblems
I think I’m ready to wear dark lipstick again without being reminded of my poor makeup choices in 1998. I’ll let you know how it works out. TGIF!
Well I’ve determined that I don’t ever want to be a party planner. That shiz is hard so if that’s your line of work, I commend you. Our small party seemed huge in our teeny house, but we made it work and based on the empty bottles and our neighbors’ complaints, I think our guests had fun.We set up a full bar inside, beer tasting and cigar bar outside and passed around no frill hors d’oeuvres. We also had ice cream cake and chocolate peanut butter bars that everyone raved about.
I wish I could give you a visual, but I realized that when you host a party, it’s rude to expect your guests to wait around while you set up a tripod and take pictures. I didn’t even Instagram you guys! So just imagine it looked like this: