Monday, 23 April 2018

project 365: week sixteen


 106: Starting the week excitingly with a laundry day. My Moomin bag is cute, though!


 107: I'm still knitting the same thing, but almost done with this and thinking about new projects to start.


 108: A tiny view.



 109: I'm trying to go outside more often. As most of my time is spent inside either doing research or avoiding doing research, and I don't have anything regular I need to get out of the house for, often I don't. So I'm trying to make an effort to go outside every day, even if it's just walking around the block. I sound like such an old lady! But I am enjoying seeing all the doggos on my walks.


 110: I had a dentist appointment in the morning which, again, was an irregularity in my monotonous life. Getting up to be in town for 8am isn't something I've had to do for so long and it felt like such an accomplishment to have everything done before noon. It also reminded me of how much I like mornings and that I should start getting up earlier again.


 111: The weather was quite pretty last week. And obviously on a warm and sunny Saturday I decided to spend the day inside cleaning. Haha!


112: A delightfully boring Sunday of ugly cheese (and tomato) on toast and listening to podcasts. I've been listening to Modern Love lately. It's different from my usual true crime based podcasts but I've been enjoying it.

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3 comments

Sydney said...

I read all of your 365 posts and I really love your photography in them so much, I really admire that you manage to do it every day even when dealing with chronic pain or not doing much. I've always given up on these projects and made excuses for myself, but you inspire me to want to give it another go.

Hena Tayeb said...

The laundry bag is so cute!
The weather is finally a little sunnier and warmer so we are taking it all in.

Laura Jones said...

Sydney - thank you so much, lovely, that really means a lot! and i definitely sometimes miss days, but just having the incentive of having a "project" really makes me want to do more, photograph more and live my life to the fullest. would definitely recommend! xx

Hena Tayeb - thank you, isn't it! me too, and i hope good weather continues for you, dear! xx

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