It’s interesting to read about how people are spending their time these days now that the world has practically stopped. Apparently many are discovering the joys of baking sourdough bread from scratch (we made this delicious and simple focaccia), binging on TV – Tiger King!!, and purging their closets – hoping to get to that. I’ll speak for myself when I say that I feel busier than ever juggling work, cleaning, cooking, teaching, cooking, cleaning and did I mention more cleaning?
One thing I’m hoping that will come out of my prolonged stay at home is a more dedicated practice of writing blog posts, something I really enjoy, but have let slip away. A chance encounter with an old friend while on a socially distanced walk a few days ago (thank you Jen if you’re reading this!) reminded me to dust the cobwebs off of my keyboard.
Most importantly, I hope you and your friends and family are all healthy and safe. It’s hard to keep up with the constantly changing information, but at the time I’m writing this the CDC recommends that if you have to go out, you now wear a mask. While this may take getting used to, I’m all for it, in the name of protecting myself and community. From large companies to individuals, it’s so inspiring to see the speed and ingenuity with which people have transitioned their businesses to make masks. There are so many options to choose from, many of which benefit frontline workers like The House of Woo who donates 5 with every purchase.
links first row: Leopard // Floral // Brown + Olive
links second row: Camo // Red Chambray // Blue Chambray
links third row: Assorted Pack // Brown // Blue