I’ve been taking way too many naps lately. Although I really don’t believe in having too many naps. Nap time is my most favorite time of the day. However, naps don’t help me get anything productive done. Thankfully I have one of the best jobs in the world and I’m able to take naps and take care of business. My sleep schedule was terribly off beat up until about two weeks ago.
I was staying up until three or four every morning and sleeping until noon. That’s one of my pet peeves, I can’t stand waking up past 11 am. I feel like my whole day is completely wasted at that point. I would much rather wake up at 8, get my meditation in, drink my coffee, do my workout, eat breakfast, read a little bit, and then take a three-hour nap. When I awake it’s usually around 3 pm with plenty of time left in the day for writing.
Sunday’s are my all time favorite day to do this, more so now that it’s almost the start of football season. But I Sundays around here are typically quiet, just me and Kenzie laying around munching on everything and watching Netflix. Today we’re watching Hart of Dixie. I started this show when Netflix first released it and only watched about four episodes.
I was then taken away by the fascination of several other shows I was attempting to watch at the same time. Should I stop doing this? I think that’s my ADD at its finest. Trying to keep up with multiple shows I’m binge watching by myself and with friends. But today I can solely focus my attention on Hart of Dixie, which I’m growing quite fond of. Even though I’m only on season one, I’m already sad that there are only four seasons to watch. Oh Netflix, how you love to toy with my emotions.
But speaking of my writing, I’m thrilled to announce the release of a new short story I wrote titled The Yoga Retreat. With life trying it’s hardest to get them down, Dawn, Maddie, Karen, and Amy find themselves in need of time away from the madness. The last straw comes when Maddie gets dumped. With her friends rallying around to help mend her broken heart, Dawn thinks of the best treatment. A yoga retreat. With Maddie excited to go but Karen and Amy dreading it, the four friends set out to see if yoga really can heal all wounds. You can get it here. I’m excited to know what you think of it, so be sure to leave reviews!