Anyway, since I'm bad at letting go of things (Favorite sweaters, cancelled TV shows, badly mod-podged boxes I made in college...) I'm going to go ahead and say that today is confession day. So there.
-- You know that planner I mentioned in my Christmas Wish List post? Yeah, I may have bought it for myself on Monday, along with a wall calendar that was also very needed. Hey, Santa's busy this time of year, I'm just helping him out!
-- Speaking of planners, I actually started planning out my blog posts by writing them down in my planner instead of just sitting down the night before or 10 minutes before posting and writing whatever pops in my head (which, let's face it, makes for some pretty awesome stuff too). And I feel a lot more organized and writing posts is so much easier, whodathunk?? But the problem is I keep changing my mind on when to post things and moving them around, and I've been writing in pen so my planner is a very ugly mish-mash of scratched out and rewritten post ideas right now. I might need to try pencil.
Exhibit A- note the arrows and scribbles all over the place. Pretty, huh?
-- I keep forgetting to mention that I am planning on participating in the Blogger 2 Blogger Book Club for December hosted by Becca of Becoming Adorrable and Kelly of Kelly's Kinda Crazy! I say planning on it because I haven't actually started reading the book yet (Little Women). But I can totally do this, you guys. I am a really fast reader. No, really.
-- This isn't really a confession but I also keep forgetting to mention that I hit 50 followers on Bloglovin' last week! Ok, it might be a confession of how excited I got, I was kind of geeking out a little. Like this:
-- It took me like seven tries to get that selfie right (and by right I mean I still kind of hate it but it's probably as good as it's gonna get). I look scary when I'm trying to do an excited/surprised face.
-- I may have had chocolate cake for breakfast on Sunday. There are perks to hosting a Christmas party at your house, i.e. leftovers.
See? I feel so much better after confessing. This should always be a thing.