I‘ve felt tethered to my work the past ten days, spending all last weekend in a studio recording an audiobook, catching up from email after traveling, and starting up the podcast interview process that inevitably now comes with a book release (a few years ago, it was guest posting at blogs; before that, it was traditional media like TV shows and newspapers. Now, the go-to medium seems to be podcasting.).
This weekend, I’m pulling weeds, sorting through books and movies, chatting with my neighbors as they work in their yards, and maybe taking a stroll to our neighborhood’s watering hole to cap off the kids’ spring break. Relishing in offline time, in other words.
What’s on your plate?
• Emily speaks truth here—“We didn’t yet know what had just happened. But we had crossed over a line.”
• Tis the season for my favorite sandals! I wear mine alllll the time.
• Myquillyn’s house is one of my favorite home-away-from-homes. I love being there.
• What it means to thrive and do hard work.
• I find this to be really, really true about much of European culture.
• And finally…. Enrollment ends today for my new Art of the Mini-Overhaul. If you’d like to declutter with me, step-by-step, these next four weeks, sign up now! I’ll close registration tonight, and I’m not sure when I’ll run the class again.
“Spring is the time of plans and projects.” – Leo Tolstoy