And we’re back! Friday’s Find 🙂
Though this feature is definitely a favorite on my part, I recognize that if this becomes too much of a habit, not only will my checkbook be angry at me, but I will begin to acquire things that I don’t really need. As such, my life will become significantly more cluttered, which goes directly against the grain of simplicity and balance that I want to have in my life. On the flipside of that coin, it is quite fun to occasionally buy something new (to me) when a good deal presents itself.
That said, I bought these at a garage sale today:
Nine movies. $5.75. I defy you to say that I should have walked away from that bargain. For the cost of less than 2 blockbusters rentals, I now own 9 new movies.
I hearby declare tomorrow a fat, lazy day. I have my friend Beth to thank for the fat, lazy day concept. During a fat, lazy day, one takes the entire day to be free of obligations. It IS the obligation. During this day, all bets are off as to expectations upon your time; you may do what you want, when you want, and with whom you want. (Granted, this assumes that you don’t have children. Either that, or the children are at the grandparents for the weekend.)
Consider it a mental health day of relaxing and pampering. I intend to spend mine partially at the lake and partially curled up on my couch watching movies. New movies. Maybe I’ll make granola.
Have you ever taken a fat, lazy day? What did you do with yourself? What would your ideal fat, lazy day look like?