My lunch break came up fast today. I hurried home for a quick bite to eat and played with Sadie for 10 minutes or so before I had to drive back to work.
Speaking of Sadie, here are a few pictures I snapped last night during our family playtime in the backyard before dinner.
I love that little rascal! And yes, her face really is getting more and more white hairs every day. They are simply her highlights and she is not aging. She will live to be 800 years old.
I only wanted one thing for lunch today.
An almond butter and jelly sandwich. And it totally hit the spot!
Served with a clementine…
And a cup of Greek yogurt topped with a bit of honey.
I’ll try to sneak in some vegetables at dinner, I promise.
Clean All The Things Week
On Sunday night, I told Ryan I am proclaiming this week “Clean All The Things Week” in our house.
(If the “clean all the things” reference is lost on you, please read this hysterical blog post: This Is Why I’ll Never Be An Adult.)
I’ve seen Chores Charts on Pinterest, but I wanted to try something different and tackle organization on a small but thorough scale. Each evening after work, Ryan and I are going through a different closet, bathroom, bedroom, dresser or cabinet. Exciting stuff is happening in the Fagan household, my friends.
At this rate, Clean All The Things Week may actually become Clean All The Things Month, but yesterday we went through two closets and pulled out a blankets, towels, games and craft supplies that we haven’t used in ages and plan to donate. By limiting our cleaning objective of the day to something as simple as a bedroom dresser, I don’t feel overwhelmed about going through the entire house. Just one little thing at a time!
Question of the Afternoon
- Do you follow any sort of cleaning chart or plan when it comes to cleaning your house or apartment?
- Is your house or apartment always neat or messy or somewhere in between?
Ryan and I say we live in a house that is always 15 minutes away from looking clean. So if you’re ever going to stop by, give us a 15-minute warning, okay?