Saturday, October 22, 2011

Hello, again.

It's been four months since our wedding. It feels more like a year. You would think post-wedding, I'd have all this free time. Especially since I am not blogging as heavily as before (read: once a month if you're still following). Yet, I find myself busy. Yes, work and the usual obligations are there. But this busy is more of a in-my-head-busy, planning-busy. I love planning and thinking up projects for the hazy future.

Last month, I stumbled across a "planning enabler": Pinterest. If you're one of the few uninitiated, you owe it to yourself to take a look. This inspiration pinboard community was made for the visually-oriented planner. The best feature is seeing what my friends and fellow bees pin in real time. I could easily spend my evenings in a pinning and planning daydream. If you're curious, visit me and see what I've been up to.

In the name of productivity, I created a board just for my 101 Things list. Incentive to accomplish... and plan. Ooops. So far, I've knocked out two classic books (Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre), ventured away on two weekend trips, dined at new restaurants (Chifa & Meritage in Philly; Rivers at the Watergate in DC), sipped seasonal pumpkin brews (reviews soon on my wine blog), and have every intention of starting some DIY projects this weekend. Maybe a little mercury glass or an early start on the holiday cards.

Whatever it is, I need to close my laptop and be productive before the weekend slips away from me. Are you up to anything particularly interesting this weekend?


  1. Nice to see an update! I haven't done anything on Pinterest yet. I'm afraid to join another social network that will take up my time. I just started another 101. I did pretty good last time.

  2. Love Pinterest! As fun as it's been to pin and find new things, it's feels so good to actually accomplish some of those pins.

    Good luck with your DIY projects this weekend! I'm finishing off the last DIY pieces for our Halloween costumes.

  3. @Lauren: No mercury glass. No one carries Krylon Looking Glass! But got a lot of house projects done that we weren't intending to touch. Yay for weekends!

    @Miss Tattoo: Good luck on your next 101!