In a few minutes (when rest time is over) I'm going to be headed downstairs to assemble eight dining chairs on what I can tell from a cursory glance are instructions written by a four year old and long enough that I should have a successfully assembled rocket by the time I'm done.
Nonetheless...new dining chairs!!!!!
So I plan to drown myself in my favorite podcasts to pass the time. I love to listen to podcasts when my hands are busy (so I can't read) but my brain is free (read: the kids are running wild).
I don't know if it's the change of season or if I'm just so excited that my favorite podcasts are back on, but I've stumbled across several specific episodes that I've determined would make all of humanity better.
So whether your weekend brings folding laundry or an epic road trip, I've good some goodness for your earbuds.
In case anyone else is having angst over the fact that it's almost the season of pumkin pie, yeasy bread, and creamy soup, but also feels bad about the way their jeans fit. Because the struggle is indeed real.
I found this one super freeing. Because I have hd to make many similar choices about friendship, but we get some really weird cultural cues about friendship. If you are in a season of struggling with friendships and what that looks like, I highly recommend this one.
Okay, dinnertime is so practical, but often so darn difficult. I loved listening to work from home moms give straight up practical meal ideas.
This one is directed at how to save a bad day with your kids. However I would like to suggest that if all possible, this one might be a win for even grown-ups on our bad days.
So let me know what you've been listening to lately, I could always use some more good stuff in my queue.