Sunday Scratches is where I share the little stuff that has happened throughout the week. In hockey, “scratches” are people who are on the roster but do not play in the game. On the blog, “scratches” are the things that have happened to me throughout the week that aren’t necessarily big enough to be an entire post.
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Happy Sunday! Here are the scratches from the week.
The Week in Review
This week has been crazy busy! On Monday, Sean and I decided on a new weekly tradition: he gets tacos on the way home from work, because they have a Monday special: $1 Mexican-style tacos! Yes, please.
On Tuesday, Sean and I spent the evening in downtown Kalamazoo, which was super nice! We hit up Kalamazoo Candle Company and I treated myself to one of the jar candles. After smelling literally all of the candles they have, I went with Morning Market, which I love.
We then grabbed tacos (we’re predictable) before heading to the movie theatre to see Searching. Highly recommend. I was really stressed out because I imagined it to be a high-suspense movie, and therefore that it would give me panic attacks, but it wasn’t! Still super interesting.
On Wednesday, I got dinner with one of my friends from high school, Bailey, who also lives in Kalamazoo now. We tried out Texas Corners Brewing Company, which means I got another stamp on my Give a Craft passport!
And then on Thursday, after the next session of the nonprofit management workshop I’m doing at my local library, I stopped by a really cute shop called Curate + Co, where I finally picked up a Girls Support Girls t-shirt! Hello new outfit staple. They also have a light pink couch (above), which I’m obsessed with.
After being out and about so much during the week, my homebody nature is freaking out a bit. So this weekend is all about staying in. I’ve been relaxing, reading, watching Netflix, blogging, and trying to convince myself to do some work around the house.
Around the Web
Fully buying into this mentality this weekend.
This article really resonated with me. Now if only I can get my anxiety to start listening to my brain.
You don’t need to quit your job or buy a one-way ticket to India to find yourself.
We ordered Sean this raincoat, and I’m seriously considering getting one for myself! Hello, actually waterproof.
It’s normal to feel burnt out at the office. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be productive still.