Posts Tagged: groceries

G’bye Cheetos.

Fridays are somewhat irrelevant to me since I work Saturdays as well, but there’s something automatically relaxing about knowing that the weekend is here. With everything that’s been going on, I figured tonight would be the perfect night to shut my brain down for a while. Last night, I started looking up vegetarian recipes. (From time to time, I consider going vegetarian. I have no real basis for it, just that sometimes eating meat weirds me out if it’s chewy or otherwise gross.) So I found a few, and then did the bravest thing I’ve done in a while: went to Whole Foods…. I’m not done yet.


And with it, comes the realization that: 1) I don’t have a life. 2) I think I really need to start working out on a regular basis. 3) It pains me to say that. Today I spent 3.5 hours finishing up paperwork at work. While it feels good to have things to scratch off the to-do list, I can’t help but think that days off could be spent more wisely. Like watching things on Netflix. And eating chips. You know? I did some grocery shopping and I’m hoping that it’ll last me until my next paycheck. The goal here is… I’m not done yet.

Multitasking Hurricane

Multitasking is not my strong suit; that is to say, I do it often but I’m not super efficient at it. Case in point: Right now, it is almost 10pm, I’m supposed to be in bed, I am just making dinner (a frozen pizza), I’m writing this thing while also writing an article for Cheeky. I’m researching NATO, I’m preparing to wash dishes, so that I can bake dark chocolate salted caramel cupcakes and just make a mess again. I’ve never baked cupcakes in my life. I have no idea how this will turn out, if I bought the right… I’m not done yet.

So. Much. To. Do.

Have you ever had those days, weeks, months, or an entire life where you have so much to do but you don’t know where to start – so you end up not doing anything productive? That’s me, today. I’m super overwhelmed with all of my impending tasks. It’s times like these that I wish I could give my to-dos to someone else to do. But, no. That’s not going to happen. I have clean laundry that’s been sitting there in my hamper just waiting to be folded… Since last Saturday. I have grocery shopping that needs to be done (I… I’m not done yet.