What really happens after dark
I am super excited, but not really. Weeks are going by entirely too quickly, wasn’t I just writing Monday’s post? I am pretty sure that was just a few hours ago, yup definitely was.
When I was planning the content, I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do for this AfterDark post. Since moving, I haven’t really went out and I didn’t want to do another recipe post, 3 in one week just seems ridiculous!
I wanted to write a post on what really happens after I put Braedon to sleep.
This is pretty much the only time that I can get anything done, since he’s so mobile now.
The first thing that I always do is pick up all of his little toys, so I don’t fall down. I’m seriously, I stepped on one of his toys the other day and hit my back and shoulder on a speaker. I thought we were supposed to babyproof, not mommyproof.
Then more than likely, I start my computer up and start looking at things to blog, tweet, instagram. I spend a good few hours working on the blog, more than likely, I have a glass of Toasted Head Chardonnay with me. It helps.
On nights where I have created a recipe or done a photoshoot, I edit. I edit for a long time, because I am a perfectionist, if you can’t tell.
Oh and I also chat to my friends, because we chat pretty much all day. Doctor Who references usually come up.
And then, to just be exciting, G and I usually watch something to really calm down.
I know you are so jealous of how awesome my life is. I mean, working on a blog, drinking wine, it is just awesome. *sarcasm*
It’s actually quite relaxing, I love writing, researching, tweeting, answering emails, and coming up with new things for you guys!
Monday, I will have an awesome sandwich recipe using leftover chicken breast. It takes about 15 minutes at the most to make, and is so much easier than packing up the kids to go get food.
What are your favorite things to do with leftovers?
What are you up to this weekend?
We are doing our family photos, because we had to cancel last weekend. I’m still excited. I can’t wait to preserve this little time in memory.