I had a lazy Sunday yesterday. I got back from Venezuela and had no interest in writing. I had the post vacation blues all day – you know, when you’re kinda lonely and you think your life at home is SO boring after having such a great vacation, so all you want to do is pout.
So yesterday I pouted, chopped up vegetables, and made a big ol tub of quinoa for the week. I like to chop up vegetables and make quinoa on Sundays so then I don’t come home and graze in my kitchen after work during the week. If I have the healthy stuff washed and chopped up, it’s harder to avoid.
I like to prepare. It’s the same reason why I slept in my bathing suit in the summer when I was little. I like to hit the ground running.
I love that.
After all my chopping, a short run in the eve, and my attitude adjustment, I still couldn’t muster up the energy to write yesterday. So I’ll tell you about my fishing trip and show you some pics later this week.
Oh, in the mean time, check out this article I wrote for Moxy Magazine – “For women with big cojones… And bigger dreams.” For real, that’s their tag line. I wrote about why my finance career is a joke.
And Sustainable Personal Finance included my post on How Much Money You Should Be Saving in the Best of Money Carnival over Memorial Day. If you’re interested in sustainability (I’m not really, I just have friends who are and I went to Berkeley so I pretend like I am), check out their blog, they have some good tips.
Have a great day today, and remember, if you rolled out of bed today at 7:30, your competitors are already having lunch.