A dear friend recently mentioned she is trying to stop snacking at night and asked if I had any thoughts. DO I. This is actually my bugaboo these days as well. After a momentary pause, I’m back to snacking. Every. Night. Some of this I’m fine with. Some of it I want to stop.
If you are looking to slow your snack roll, these are the top strategies I can think of from a self-professed habits afficionado.
We interrupt your regular quarantine programming to bring a post all about Arthur. This is mostly recording his current status so I don’t forget. If you want to hear all about an adorable 15 month old, read on. If not, I’ll catch you next time for more of the emotional roller coaster of lockdown life.
My kids say some pretty hilarious things. I’ve been told that I used to say hilarious things once, but my parents didn’t write it down and cannot remember even one witty anecdote. Inspired by YHL’s Clara Conversations, I wanted to share some isms as I collect a critical mass.
Do you guys have a set quarantine routine? For us, each day is a little different, and our schedule is always evolving, but we’ve started to fall into a normal routine. It mostly, kinda sorta looks like this.
OK, this might get whiney. Let me preface by saying that I heart our teachers so much, and I truly appreciate all that they are doing. I’m really not trying to whine about the teachers. It is more me struggling with how to act in an unprecedented time. We’re definitely struggling, and I know many other parents out there are as well.