I am currently loving quite a few things right now! Yay, life!
The sunrise this morning, I even grabbed my Canon to capture it…stunning. Bitter cold January mornings don’t seem so bad when you look up and see this.
My coloring Happy Planner…!
My new office!
Working for a nonprofit, I cannot even begin to tell you how bad our old office was…not only that, but a lot of things about it were unsafe.
We have moved offices and I can’t stress how much of an improvement this is…I feel happier and more productive already.
We have bright windows.
We have a clean office with new floors.
We have a safe space for us to work and the youth we work with to come see us now!
I am no longer embarrassed to have friends and family visit me at work. (True story.)
And…we chalkboard painted the crap out of everything.
We also got an office fishy friend named Gill.
Having some photo shoot fun after sissy’s yoga class…
Last Currently post I talked about how I was reading “Behind closed doors,” which I finished and was amazing! It was a page turner, can’t put down kind of book. Which is really hard to find for me…
Now I am reading “It ends with us” by Colleen Hoover which I honestly just started and have hardly gotten far enough in to comment, but- my mom recommended the last 2 books I read which were amazing and I finished really fast. So I trust her 🙂
If you have been reading my blog for a little bit, you might know of my obsession with the show Strange things.
For Christmas this year, I even strung lights all over my Stranger things pillows to be that much more festive.
My sister even got this specially made for me for Christmas (A quote from Stranger Things, in case you don’t watch) #Coffeeforlife
I found a show to tide me over until the new season starts.
The OA on Netflix.
This show is really hard to put into words, so I will let Wikipedia explain:
“The series centers on Prairie Johnson, an adopted young woman who resurfaces after having been missing for seven years. Upon her return, Johnson calls herself “The OA”, exhibits scars on her back, and can see, despite having been blind when she disappeared. The OA refuses to tell the FBI and her adoptive parents where she has been and how her eyesight was restored, and instead quickly assembles a team of five locals to whom she reveals that information, also explaining her background story. Finally, she asks for their help to save some other missing people who she claims are currently in the same situation she has described to them.”
All you have to know is that it is binge worthy and you will want to keep going and going to find out what happens…
What are you currently doing this January? Share with me 🙂