1. It’s the week to make a lucky charms cereal milk latte!
2. Who do I need to beg to get daylight savings time to end. For real. I wish it was this light out all the time!
3. How to change your life with habit tracking.
4. TV things!! I finished Love Is Blind 2 (Shake is the WORST) and now I’m watching The Dropout. I also finished Pam and Tommy. Also I am still clinging on to a Million Little Things even if it was the #1 show ruined by the pandemic. Last week was slightly reassuring? Even though I’m convinced they’re doing it to end the show.
5. The joy of letting go.
6. The way my tastes have changed since having kids is wild. I’m not as into mint and chocolate as I once was (thought I do still enjoy it). I started liking marinara sauce more. I want mostly savory things and not sweet. Has this happened to you? I know our tastes change every seven years or something but mine definitely seem to be kid related.
7. How to finally write a novel. This is inspiring!
8. On that same note, what are you reading now? So excited to start In a New York Minute today!
12 Comments on “Tuesday Things.”
I haven’t had kids, but my tastes have definitely changed as I’ve gotten older. I used to hate olives, but now I love them and capers and all things salty and briney. (except anchovies. I really tried though)
SAME! I love olives so much now I am mad that I wasted so many years not liking/enjoying olives.
I also don’t have kids and my tastebuds have moved more towards savory preferences as I get older. I think it’s an age thing.
Totally get the changing tastes after having kids! I HATED any and all beans and then had a kid and boom. Can’t get enough. Same with guacamole – never liked until after I had kids. I was always a really picky eater and have overall gotten a lot better over the years, but those 2 things I definitely credit to having kids for some reason.
I am clinging on to A Million Little Things and Grey’s Anatomy just to see how they’re going to end. I think A Million Little Things jumped the shark this year with some of their story lines.
Gah!!! Did you see the senate passed a bill to get rid of daylight savings time?! Just needs to get through the House. Fingers crossed!!!!
i JUST saw this!!! omg!
Actually it would make it permanent…
Well seems like Daylight Savings may be here to stay permanently!!! I would not miss the agony of Spring Forward, myself! I loved The Dropout, I had read the book and seen the documentary so it was fun to revisit this format.
Ahhh, that article about how to write/publish your first novel is so what I needed to read right now! I’m querying my second novel and writing my third; I have high hopes for this third book, but it has been a ROUGH process. Everything that author says is true — at least, about the pre-pub stuff; I don’t know the rest yet, lol. But it’s good encouragement. Thank you for sharing!
A fun new blog!
Mine went exactly opposite of yours. I was all savory with an occasional sweet tooth, but my cravings were always savory/salty pre-child….pregnancy hit and I developed the worst sweet tooth which I am still trying to overcome 6 years later….maybe year 7 will finally cure it?