Since you last heard from me in this space, I’ve moved three times (DC -> parents’ home in Green Bay, Green Bay -> Madison sublet, sublet -> actual new home), finished seven credits of grad school, spent five weeks hanging out with amazing kids at a local learning center, and have lost or accidentally destroyed three pairs of headphones.
I don’t even want to think about how much reading I’ve done. Let’s not.
Meanwhile, I’m also trying to maintain some kind of life outside of graduate school. A one year masters’ is no joke. But juggling the obligations of two bridal parties (one beautiful wedding done, one to go!), friendships, self-care, any kind of faith life, family, and training for a half means that I spend a lot of time making wild to-do lists. And a lot of time trying to remember what I’m supposed to be doing next.
Enter a life-saver: the brand new, first ever Blessed Is She planner. I am so looking forward to starting the academic year off on the right foot with a fresh set of pages on September 1.
We are talking:
Liturgical calendar (those sneaky Holy Days of Obligation!)
It’s so perfect.
If use the links in this post to navigate to the store and purchase the planner, I receive a small portion of the sale, which is very helpful at this time of my life.