August 8, 2017:
Starting to take some of the improvements from the guest room and add them to my bedroom, like this cool power outlet for the bedside table. I’m hoping it helps with the constant problem of needing to charge all devices simultaneously.
Currently reading The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss. I need this book to help me but I don’t have enough time to read this book because I’m working nonstop, so…
Interested in these silica gel packets for my yarn stash. Does anyone out there add these to ziplock baggies of yarn?
Listening to lovely Carla Bruni singing “Quelqu’un m’a dit.”
More July, 2017:
It’s Prime Day!! Got me a bigtime fancypants power brick.
So into Sew Over It and Lisa Comfort, the lady boss behind it all. Here is her site, YouTube vlog, and Insta. She’s perfect. Kind of trying to find a reason to go to London and take a class at her shop.
July 1, 2017:
Currently reading How To Have A Good Day by Caroline Webb
Obsessing over Addi Turbo needles in gargantuan sized circs
Trying some cedar oil in my oil diffuser to ward off summer pests
June 1, 2017:
Currently reading The Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns
Obsessing over Noro Taiyo yarn in every color
Listening to Classic Tracy Chapman
Regretting the most recent ridiculous thing I bought, this sushi-shaped USB flash drive.
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