We seem to be in a constant rotation of sniffles, coughs, and fevers around here. Thankfully nothing to damaging (as in a case of the pukes), but still draining nonetheless. Between the two of them of I've been up a handful of times each night for a month, blowing noses, getting blankets, finding pacis, and rubbing backs. I finally broke out my diffuser this week, silly me putting it away before the holidays and therefore forgetting to use it. Hoping the OnGuard running during the day is building our immunities (at least mine!) and running Serenity last night finally seemed to let Kenley get some more solid sleep.
Add in the near record low temps of 8 degrees or whatever it is (and trust me, I realize that's warm for any folks in the mid-west or new england area) we seem to be getting serious cases of cabin fever too.
Unrelated, I'm ever since packing up Christmas the weekend after I've been on a mission to start completing some of the rooms around our house, or at least, get moving on doing some of the smaller projects. I'll share tomorrow some of the little things we did over break and sneak peek of the master bathroom. It's all done except for the backordered light fixture and the glass for the shower surround.
I'm also trying to be better just organizing myself. I know a lot of bloggers get the big organizer journals, like the Erin Condren or Emily Ley planners, but I've never felt like I could drop the money on a planner that might not be functional to me. I feel like I'd be super into filling it out the first month, then trail off because it'd be too much work to keep up with instead of just daily lists. I'm a HUGE list maker, I go through at least four little Greenroom notebooks from Target a year (which might add up to the price of a fancy planner), but I find it's a quick way that works for me. I recently read about Bullet Journals and actually feel like this is a way I can implement more organization, since it's basically what I already do between my monthly calendar notepad and list journal.
Does anyone use the Bullet Journaling technique? Any tips?