Hillary goes heavy into women’s and children’s rights. Early February blizzard brings NYC to a standstill. The times I do manage this, my week tends to go a lot better – I spend less unnecessary money, I feel better since I generally cook healthy and delicious meals (yes, that was me bigging myself up – I good to put in house), and my weekday nights feel a lot less rushed because one major task is already done.
One of the standard workshops I run is on self-care.
The last activity in the workshop, we ask people to write themselves a promise, a “Self Care Pledge”, one thing that they will do for themselves i)each day ii)each week and iii)each month.
I love that people are really identifying with us both.
We’re all a little bit Molly and Issa, and we’ve all known a Lawrence and had a Daniel.
So, I promise that I will make every effort to be in bed and asleep by 11pm at the latest. I used to be really good at doing this every weekend.
This requires me to go grocery shopping and set aside time to cook which is simple enough, but often by Sunday I’m so tired that I fail at my half-hearted attempts to get myself out of bed.
Tsunamis, hurricanes, floods, fires, earthquakes, volcanoes, war — are now inevitable. Buying upstate horse farms before learning to ride.
New York seer Frank Andrews: “If Egypt allowed archaeological exploration beneath the Sphinx, and divers to examine where the original Temple of Philae once stood, history and mankind’s birth would be answered.” This, I think, is an excavation prediction. Brad and Angelina find love — but not with each other. Scarlatto, Theater District restaurant for 15 years, has a prediction coming true this week. They’re into golf, exercise, vacationing, different lifestyles. thank yous, happy birthdays, funeral announcements, wedding invites, bad enough. Claus, who’d rather be home in PJs than delivering your guy’s new tie, which he won’t wear anyway: Today’s cut-and-paste habit is just not respectful. While driving she turns to Sirius XM’s oldtime ’60s and ’70s music. The salesman says the radio’s an extra 9.82 every six months.
With the doctor last week and now Jidenna, we start to see, That fear of settling drives her to sign up for The League, an app I had no idea existed before this show. I’m not a big app girl for all the reasons Molly mentions: judging me off a picture and three things I wrote to gauge my personality.