This is gonna be the pandemic issue. This was the month that my staying at home and having free time ended and I’m gonna list all the things that made my short and sweet quarentine enjoyable.
Schitt’s Creek (on Netflix): This show has character. It’s a good show for people who liked Parks and Rec and Kimmy Schmidt. It’s about a very wealthy family who suddenly loses it all and it’s a comdeny. It gives me the warm and fuzzies and during this extremely stressful time it has been the perfect show for me to watch before bed so that I can try and have sweet dreams instead of stress dreams. I love how unique each character is and how they all have very distinct mannerisms and personalities. This show is so charming and fun and funny. It’s a delight.
This little light:
Our sink area is right under out cabinets and it’s really dark under there. This little light completely fixed the problem. And it’s cute, bright and cheap. All you have to do to install it is put in the batteries and attach the velcro that comes with it.
Pita chips and tzatziki: a perfect refreshing snack
Jump roping: Fun, easy and burns energy and calories. I hate working out so this is a nice alternative for me cause it’s cardio but not running.
Side note: does anyone with bigger boobs have any sports bra recommendations? I’m tired of wearing two sports bras to jump rope and cutting off the circulation to my body from the boobs up.
Foaming hand wash: It’s just so much more fun than regular hand wash. I love the bath and body works hand washes and am currently using the aromatherapy one. Believe it or not the scent of this hand wash gets me compliments from my friends when they’re over (when I was allowed to see my friends pre virus… seems so long ago)
I love this blanket because the color is comforting and it’s lightweight and also heavy enough to be a cuddly comfort. I hope that makes sense (at least a little bit lol).
Blue light glasses:
I may have already written about this but these are hella cheap, hella cute and actually do help with my screen related headaches.