Good morning and happy New Year! Are you making the most of 2017 so far? 😉 For the first couple of months I’m planning to focus on mapping out my career, as well as this blog, even though I’ve generally lacked the focus and drive to make new year’s resolutions in the past. Quitting my job without a plan was a great first step, right?
Let’s continue to put that off, though. Follow the jump for a few photos from the holidays…
Hi and happy Tuesday! I didn’t end up writing this post on Sunday because I returned from Michigan too late (thanks to the ever-present construction on I-75 >:|), but had a chance to type it up last night…
Hi, friends. 🙂 I hope you had a great weekend and enjoyed the summery weather. I’m headed back to work after a week off, so really looking forward to that. But first, my semi-regular weekend recap…I’ll get right to it since my brain’s feeling a bit wine-soaked and mushy right now. I’m linking up with Erin and Katie as usual.
Hello friends! I’m fortunately not awake yet because my wise former self scheduled a day of PTO to rest after a degenerates’ weekend with my college friends in Ann Arbor. So this is the best Monday I’ve had in a while. In case you’d like to start yours off by listening to me talk about myself on the internet, please follow the jump.
Good morning – I hope you had a wonderful weekend, however you decided to spend it. 🙂 I was in Michigan for a family friend’s college graduation and my dad’s birthday. Follow the jump for a quick recap…
Some friends and I celebrated New Year’s Eve in New Orleans this year. We stayed in the French Quarter and did nothing productive, which is about as nicely as I can put it for us.
Thursday (New Year’s Eve)
I arrived at Louis Armstrong International Airport and took a cab to our Airbnb, a one-bedroom apartment on Esplanade Avenue. The owner had decorated it with beautiful art. I think you can now pin this image to Pinterest, if you like. There would be seven of us staying there.
The Airbnb actually worked out just fine. The location was great (we didn’t have to take a cab the entire time), my share worked out to less than $60 a night, and there was absolutely nothing of value that we could ruin. This guy had like ten pieces of rusted silverware total and no microwave. Continue reading →