Tell us what you’re loving, hating, reading, eating, etc.
Doing: Work. Yep, I’m spending my Saturday in the office. I work one Saturday and one Sunday every month – and get three-day weekends the rest of the time. Totally worth it!
Reading: My Mistake by Daniel Menaker. I usually read a pretty even mix of fiction and non-fiction, but the last few books I’ve read have been novels (mostly for the book club I was a part of back in Phoenix – it’s so fun to read along with them!) I’m excited to dive into this memoir.
Wearing: My “uniform” – jeans, cotton shirt (today’s is white and orange stripes), sandals.
Buying: I wasn’t planning to buy any clothes or accessories this month because it won’t be long now until I have to invest in a winter coat. But yesterday, I was eating my lunch in the park and got pizza grease all over my favorite silver polyester skirt. Sigh. Since I had plans last night and didn’t want to worry about hiding the stain, I ran over to H&M (perks of working in SoHo!) and picked up a new skirt. It was only $13 and it should go with almost everything, so not a huge setback.
Listening to: Spotify’s Girlpower Anthems playlist.
Eating: Nothing at this exact moment, but I made a peanut butter and banana sandwich for lunch that I’m pretty excited about.
Drinking: Coffee and water.
Watching: I’m almost done with the third season of Gossip Girl on Netflix. That’ll probably go on hold in a couple weeks when fall shows start back up! Keep an eye out for a post on what I’ll be watching this season.
Planning: It’s been a crazy-busy week, so I’m excited to spend tonight and tomorrow at home watching Netflix, reading, drafting blog posts and generally relaxing. After I run to Trader Joe’s tonight, of course.
Processing: Sarah Dubbeldam, founder of Darling Magazine, spoke at Liberty‘s Sisterhood last night, and if you read my piece on what I want to be when I “grow up,” you can surely imagine how incredible this experience was. As in, life-changing.
Excited for: SO MUCH. Last night, Liberty’s lead pastor, the fearless Andi Andrew, shared her vision for the women of NYC and it is incredible. If you’re in NYC, you’ll want to be at She Is Free next April – I’m already registered!