They say timing is everything. My dad says time is what keeps everything from happening all at once. I am curious, however, whether they are referring to time found, or time made.
There are a few things for which I can always find the time. Those things are under eye concealer, coffee, and blow drying my hair, no matter how late I am running. This list is influenced by some of the things I do not find enough time for, like sleep, rigorous exercise, and drinking any more water than it takes to swallow a vitamin. Also the fact that I am chronically late. And let's be serious, I don't take vitamins, I meant Advil.
Making time, however, is something I am working on. Since my last post, where I said I would be posting more often (jinxed it), I have made time for reading a few novels (I wish I could unread Gone Girl so I could read it for the first time again), gingerly taking my camera off automatic mode, and making no fewer than five kinds of soup in my new crock pot.
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But despite a freak almost-blizzard in DC this week, spring is coming - or so I hear - and there are some things for which I would like to make more time (in addition to sleeping, exercising, and substituting at least one Diet Dr. Pepper a day with a glass of water).
I won't make any grand promises (see: New Year's post), but with the new season I hope to roll out some new habits. Stay tuned... (Or don't! I've left this blog hanging for two months! I really wouldn't blame you.)