This week's prompt was to write about my daily routine, so similarly to the week 3 prompt of writing about my day in detail, I decided to turn this into a photo an hour post (same concept as this one posted last February). These pictures are from yesterday, and considering I spend 10 of my waking hours at work (which I make a habit of not discussing in detail on this blog), you can imagine what kind of excitement is in store:
5-something AM : walking in place while watching the news because 37 degrees means going outside is not happening
6-something AM : watching Daniel Tiger with the munchkins before we leave for the day
7-something AM : dropping off said munchkins at daycare
8-something AM : first dip of the day into the candy jar
9-something AM : checking my progress in a "daily showdown" FitBit step challenge I was invited to join
10-something AM : water break
11-something AM: my office (already running out of picture ideas to document the fact that I am chugging along at work...)
12-something PM : "lunch bunch" in the break room = best part of the work day!
1-something PM : chocolate break (I could probably fill up an entire "photo an hour" post solely with pictures of chocolate that I eat throughout the day...)
2-something PM : sorting through the exciting mail I received
3-something PM : meeting in this windowless huddle room that was, at one time, my office! In those days, I had to ask people that walked by what the weather was like outside because I was pregnant and too lazy to get up and look myself.
4-something PM : one-on-one meeting with our awesome Corporate Recruiter
5-something PM : loaded up and heading home!
6-something PM : bedtime for Colby & Clara, complete with lots and lots of stalling, as is customary these days
7-something PM : flannel jammies, cozy socks, and Broadchurch, our latest Netflix obsession
8-something PM : Enjoying the fire and finishing up Broadchurch (Brian clearly missed the cozy sock memo)
9-something PM : Filling out the day's Q&A journal before bed (thanks to my friend, Heather, for the suggestion)!
And that, my friends, is a pretty typical day in my life.