It’s APRIL?! Where the heck did January, February, and March go?! I can’t believe it’s already April. I’m excited that warm weather comes with April. That means more time spent outside with friends and family!
Since it’s the first Wednesday of the Month, it’s time for “Currently…”
The first Wednesday of each month, I participate in a link-up with other blogs and we write about things we are currently doing. Each month has it’s own prompts, and this month’s topics are things I am currently wearing, sipping, wishlisting, writing, and exploring.
Wearing: Yoga Pants
Maybe that’s such a lame and boring answer, but I am seriously loving my yoga pants right now. I have a pair that are straight legged that I wear with some chunky heels and a flannel button up and it looks so awesome. Casual but put together and SO comfortable!
Sipping: La Croix
I’m not sure why, but I am on a La Croix kick. I have been trying to cut down on caffeine and soda, so I picked up some La Croix to take the edge off. It’s sparkling water with natural fruit flavors so it filled that soda void. I ended up buying more flavors and now I’m addicted to it.
Wishlisting: Spa Day
Between the insanity that is advisement and being so busy the past few weekends, I am in desperate need of a spa day. I would love a nice massage and a facial. I don’t think that will happen anytime soon, but a girl can dream, right?
Writing: Academic Plans
So maybe it’s not the most inspiring thing, but bloggers don’t live in a land of Pinterest -perfect lives. Many bloggers, myself included, have full time jobs so, right now, I only have time to write Academic Plans and blog posts. Maybe that makes me boring. Sorry. Since it’s academic advisement, 90% of my day is writing out schedules for students and making sure they’re on track for graduation. I think it’s pretty fun, even though it can be exhausting.
I know it’s weird, to explore the city you live in, but it’s been a lot of fun, actually. Historically, Savannah is probably one of the coolest cities in the United States (it is definitely the most haunted). When my in-laws were in town, we took them on a historical trolley ride. It’s one of the most tourist things you can do in Savannah, but it was cool to just sit back and see the city and hear about all the history. A few months ago, my friend Becca came to visit and we went on a Haunted Pub Crawl. Mike and I were the only people from Savannah on both of those tours, but it’s a fun way to explore the city, especially when there’s so much history and a lot to see.
What are you currently wearing, sipping, wishlisting, writing, and exploring?