I want to write my top ten of 2015 blog post, but nearly half of my top ten reads have been unreviewed, so I keep putting that post off in hopes I'll rally and write those reviews. And I've got some thoughts on changes to this blog for 2016 I want to explore, but don't want to dive into that until I wrap up 2015 stuff. And I want to do some of that fun reading challenge geekiness but haven't nailed down my 2016 TBR.
This is what I do to myself all the time, be it blogging or writing or any other endeavor: lots of rules about how/when I do it. If I make one resolution in 2016, it'll be to give myself permission to just do what I want, the moment I want to do it.
Today is the first snow of the season in Boston, and it's deliciously dramatic from my living room window. My wife had to go to work in it, but I'm happily snuggled inside, although despite the wealth of books around me, I'm not entirely interested in reading (sadly). Apparently one doesn't have postpartum past one year, so I can't blame that, and I need to figure out why I'm still feeling so funky and numb and tired all the time. (Been on Paxil since June and it's helped with my crazy anxiety, but still feeling a bit cloudy and muted.)
I actually don't have much to say in this post, but felt like sharing a little -- I think others might feel as I do, and I could use a little blogger-ly "I hear ya"s.
I hope everyone has a wonderful New Year's -- if you've gotten anything good for the holidays, share in the comments so I can drool and grow my TBR! (A task that cheers me up no matter what!)