We’re back in the office! I have put aside my oversized t-shirts, dusted off my tennis shoes, and survived re-joining the commuting herd.
Crossing intersections is still harrowing, but it’s getting easier. Those who have experienced rush hour in NY at an intersection with broken crosswalk indicators understand my distress.
Trains and I get along—except for when I’m hurtling down the stairs to the platform and barely making it on board in time.
Lessonbee is evolving, and I’m excited to be a part of it! I have to keep it close to the chest, but I’m working hard and learning lots.
Since we’re back in the office, I’ve had to adapt to a different workflow again. I’ve been getting creative with my new set up for meetings since the webcam cord isn’t long enough to reach the monitor.
Anything can be a tripod if you believe enough.
I’ve been having some fun with hobbies lately. Here’s a quick rundown of what’s been grabbing my attention when I’m not working, writing, or crying:
For reading: I just finished The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, by Suzanne Collins, and I’m about to start a collection of Edgar Allan Poe poems.
For art: I’ve been doing little doodles every day this month. It’s been fun to do something simple.
For music: I’ve been loving this album by Lukas Graham. You’re Not There gets me every time.
I hope you all are staying safe out there and that you’ve found some joy in the middle of everything going on.
Thank you for reading!