//reading: Nothing. I am having a really hard time getting into any book right now. I’m not sure if it’s just because I’ve read a few duds, or because I just can’t find something that grabs my attention. And truth time here – maybe toward the beginning of the year I was so hardcore on making sure I met my reading goal, that I just burned myself out. I love reading, so hopefully something can grab my attention soon.
//listening: Someone Knows Something podcast. I’m a huge sucker for true crime anything, and the first season of this podcast is amazing. It’s about a boy in Canada who just disappeared, no trace or anything. I’m only on episode 8 of the first season, and I can’t wait to get it finished.
//watching: Escape the Continent on Netflix. It’s about Brits moving to different countries. The couples are way less annoying than House Hunters, and the real estate agents (or hosts) are way more enjoyable than the ones on HGTV. The Brits are so polite, and don’t say annoying things like “I want to buy a house for entertaining.” Plus you get to see houses in different countries. We just watched one yesterday in Croatia, and who knew how gorgeous that place was?
//wearing: All the comfy workout clothes. I have discovered RBX Active, and am in love with all of their stuff. Their workout tanks cover my butt, their sports bras are amazingly comfortable and the workout leggings are super comfortable too.
//planning: I have to go to Minneapolis for a week at the end of July for work, and unlike last time, I am actually taking the time to plan out things for me to do. They include a trip to the Sculpture Museum, Mall of America, going to see a Twins game and having dinner at Spoon & Stable. Traveling solo sucks, but if I can plan out a few things to do, it might make it a little more bearable.
//laughing: THIS IS MY LIFE RIGHT NOW.
I hope you guys are having a great week – I’m stuck in the middle of another crap-tastic work week, and can’t wait for the weekend. Oh, I also copied this currently template from the beautiful Nadine. – credit where credit is due.