When you were a kid you marvelled at everything. You were curious and asked why a thousand times a day. By the time you become a teenager, you've lost some of that child-like wonder. It's something that we should nurture all our lives. Even when you're in high school or in the middle of a global pandemic, you can take time to encourage that awe and wonder. I was just sitting in the sun, watching a bird look at his reflection in the side mirror of a car. Take a minute to get outside, if you can, and see what you can find. Rumage through your bookshelf and find a book. Scroll through Netflix and find a documentary. Find something to stimulate your curiosity and wonder.
I have been trying to cut down on the amount of waste I generate. Even though I love wrapping paper, it is expensive and bad for the environment. Here are some alternatives that either reuse items around the house or are reusable. I have a box of recycled ribbons and string to decorate parcels.
I have been addicted to The Voice Australia this year. Bella is one of my favourites.
I would love to take my dog to work, but I don't think my boss would appreciate it.
Knowing how to do laundry is a vital life skill. Understanding the care instructions on your clothes is an important part of this. If you don't follow these instructions you risk shrinking or damaging your clothes which may not be disastrous if it's a $10 t-shirt, but it's another story if it's an expensive jacket or dress.