You may or may not have noticed I’m struggling to write the This Week posts. It’s the second week of February and I’ve actually not written one all year.
There is a good reason for that and it’s pretty simple: I’m struggling to think of anything to say that isn’t “I’m busy” and “I’m tired”. That seems to be my whole life at the moment and, interestingly, I’m not the only one.
Everyone at my work is tired and busy, everyone at the Viking’s work is feeling the same way. It’s like all of us have been smacked in the face with a brick wall and we’re struggling to get past it.
But here we go…
My boss is really supportive of me and my career and is currently encouraging me to pursue a master’s degree. My mother has jumped at the idea and everyone around me is telling me to just do it. I know it’s an amazing opportunity to be supported in studying by your work but I am hesitant given the enormous cost involved and the amount of time it would take.
I can’t seem to shake this funk I’m in.
This Week’s Pic
Can I please have one of these? Pretty sure it’s a samoyed. My next door neighbour has two samoyeds but so far has not allowed me to snuggle them. Wasted opportunity, I think.
Around The Web
This blogger let her toddler dress her for a week and not only were the outfits pretty damn cute (those polka dot leggings? Yes please!) but it was very interesting how he got bored of doing it after a time or two.
Kelly Exeter wrote this post about the bravest thing she’s ever done and it really tugged at my heart strings. I know what it is to be exhausted.
I was overjoyed to discover Sydney is getting it’s first Cat Cafe but wasn’t thrilled by the space theme. It seems a bit weird.
Smaggle’s post on what to wear to walk to work was a really practical guide, particularly the part about wearing comfortable shoes.
On KiKi & Tea
The week was kicked off by Sophia Russell’s amazing piece on being a food legalist and how we are not what we eat which resulted in record high stats for 2015. The Tuesday Tip was from Jessica on the proper way to wash windows and our recipe from Sally was corn and bacon fritters with tomato salsa.
How was your week? Best and worst?