Aren't the days off the best days in the world? Quite often I'm spending my free days with people I love, but being a bit of an introvert results in a very happy and productive time on my own. I have to admit, that my laptop and Netflix are strongly involved, but I made a new resolution - to use that time on drawing, reading and learning new things as well. Also I want to use my camera bit more often. Oh and I should definitely go to the gym. And that is how my problem starts...
My head is full of pictures, ideas, things I want to do, places I want to check and on the days like today it is hard for me to set one goal and also give myself time to rest. I'm always trying to do everything at once. Sadly my patience levels are really low and I tend to drop the ideas once I don't see immediate results or once I realize how much work and time it might involve. I think I need to start making lists. A list of things I want to see, to check, to learn, to read, to try. A list of places I want to visit. I need to find a solution, because when my head gets full I tend to get tired and do nothing. Does it sound familiar for anyone? Do you have any solutions? Is making a list a good idea overall?
On my days off I also like to surround my self with things I love. I like to sit in my chair covered with my favorite blanket. I like to light up mu favorite candle. I like to brew a coffee or a tea, depending on my mood, and watch series. I'm a huge fan of Modern Family, Big Bang Theory, White Collar, House. Lately I watched Black list, Lie to me and Dexter. I think I like Black list the most so far.
Last but not least, I like to celebrate my free time with some fresh cut flowers. Which reminds me, that I need to get some today!
Today, so far, is not to bad. I did some small drawings, which made me happy. I made few pictures, which made me even more happy. Now I need to clean my house and that will make my day complete.
If it is your day off I wish you an amazing time. If not, have a productive, peaceful day at work! May the force be with you!