As y'all know, I (like many of you) am home-bound 24 hours a day, seven days a week thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
Since I can't spend all of that time working — because Vin would (and does... often 😒) yell at me for trying to do just that — I am happy to report that I am almost completely unpacked and setup my new apartment.
This is a huge accomplishment, because all of those books pictured above literally rotted in boxes for nine months after my last move last year. Whoops.
Overall, I am super pleased with how well my nerdy place is coming together...
Why yes, my bathroom does have an educational grammar poster as its visual anchor piece.
Are you really that surprised?
It's times like these, however, that remind me how many critical tasks we willingly shove to the back-burner when things are going well.
We're either "too busy" or have other"more pressing priorities."
For example, last-year Liz totally cried"woe is me!"dozens of times about how I was too busy to unpack orspend time outdoors, only later to spend literally hours parked in front of the TV on my phone while bingingSchitt's Creekfor the thousandth time.
Or, let's look at it another way. How many of you are thinking that now is the time to cut down or scale-back on content marketing?Coronavirus has turned everything on its head. The world is too crazy, there's just no time to focus on it. You're too busy working on other"more pressing priorities."
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