I only have myself to blame for over scheduling my time. Partly, it’s the life of the freelance, taking work when it comes, as inconvenient as it might be. But partly, it’s me, saying yes to all manners of things that are interesting and then end up piling up on each other. It’s also Spring, and I have come back to life, after a hermit Winter. So, if I can get to the end of Friday, I am planning a weekend of nothing much: dogs, yoga, books, mindless videos and general laziness. Starting with this post.
One. A reminder on why laziness matters. Even from an economic standpoint.
Two. In California – where yesterday people wished each other Happy 4/20 – we are apt to taking things a bit too far. I have been doing yoga for 20 years, love what it does for my body but it is all becoming a bit too much. Weed yoga? Really? Hilarious read.
Three. How about waking up one morning and finding yourself in a giant spider web? That is what happened to one farmer in New Zealand.
Four. Tim Bengel makes art using sand and gold. Mesmerizing to watch. After these two minutes, you can spend another hour on YouTube watching him making portraits. An excellent way to waste time (via sofagirl).
Five. Possibly my dream. Taking a hike with 900 rescue dogs in Costa Rica. And then take one home.
Top image: Tim Bengel Tour Eiffel (sand and gold). May the French vote wisely this weekend.