Hi friends! Today for #DoMoreinOctober, I'm sharing with you what a day in my life looks like.
I decided to pick yesterday, as it was a pretty laid back day: I had to run a few errands, and not being the typical working day, it was a little bit more eventful!
I woke up at 8AM and logged the weather (it was cloudy), the temperature (15°C, ugh) and how I felt ("okay" + cold, but I'm always grumpy in the morning so it not an accurate representation of the whole day). I then had breakfast (porridge + banana, and a hot cup of matcha tea) while watching a morning show on YouTube and catching up with the news.
Next, it was time for a walk with Luna while listening to my new favourite song.
At 10AM I met with my boyfriend and we went to pick up my thesis from the printer. So exciting to hold a physical copy of it! I decided to have it made with a silk red cover, and gold embossed text. ☺ The note on the lower right corner says that on my way back a little old man made me smile, so that was nice.
When I got home I started cooking, and tidying my room. For lunch I made some veggie curry with rice, very good - if I say so myself! Then it was time to work, which translates into doing some admin stuff, replying to emails, and working on the pending commissions I have at the moment. At 5PM it was my long awaited tea (& cookies) time, yum! Half an hour later, I went grocery shopping with my mother, and picked up an Amazon delivery on my way back.
Before heading to the gym at 7.30PM, I replied to a couple of letters and made this booklet. I got back home pretty knackered at 9.30PM, showered and ate dinner. In the meantime, my boyfriend managed to score preorder tickets for Star Wars: the Force Awakens, for us and a couple of friends. My day ended by playing some videogames (Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer - because I'm basically 8 years old - and Hearthstone), and catching up with Agents of Shield ☺
And that's it! It wasn't the most interesting day, I know, but I really enjoyed documenting it in this little booklet I made, and besides, it was a good drawing exercise as well!
Do you document your life in any way (scrapbook, project life.. etc)? ♥
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