Hobonichi Weeks – Week 28 of 2020

Good morning, friends. On Mondays I like to take a few minutes to look back at the previous week’s spread in my Hobonichi Weeks. It has been my constant companion this year and I use it to track so many aspects of my life including building my current habit: learning to eat at home!

Last week was hot and my husband was on vacation – all a recipe for ordering takeout! We ate out three times and I regret nothing. And to be honest: this time last year we would have eaten out at least once every single day. No kidding. So last week was an unmitigated success. $20 into my corgi fund. This week I hope to eat at home every day, especially since we are now picking squash and zucchini from the garden!

This morning marked 99 days of morning pages. If things work out tomorrow, that will be my 100th day straight. 100 days! I’ve never done anything for 100 days straight except change diapers and nurse babies. And yesterday marked 95 days of 10k or more steps.

Bug starts taking the school bus to treatment again today, so I’ll be interested to see how that change in routine shakes up my day. That will mean two extra hours at home and a loss of (about) two hours of audiobooks a day. I’m hoping most of that time can be spent reading with my other two. And thanks to Covid, I fell off track with keeping a Phenology Wheel, so I’m hoping the extra time will see a renewal of nature journaling and lots of practice drawing!

I hope your Monday morning is treating you well. I’m planning to be back on Wednesday with an Unraveled post. Take care!

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  1. $20 into the corgi fund is nothing to sneeze at! And sometimes you have to treat yourself, especially when it’s vacation! I hope he enjoys being back and that he gets used to it very quickly again. šŸ™‚

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  2. Applauding your streaks! That’s amazing! And I’m glad to hear you are not regretting eating out this past week. With your husband on vacation, I’m sure spending time together as a family was more important than spending time cooking.

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  3. 20$ has to be good, and a little of what you fancy does you good. Thought you might like to know that your chores weekly planner has helped me- new house = new routine due to the configuration of the house being somewhat different, so I have listed chores and assigned them week numbers. Not everything might get done but at least I feel I have a plan. keep up the good work..

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