Weekend reading: January 28, 2017

Weekend reading: January 28, 2017

Work-at-home mom

From Instagram: I opened my office door and he came scooting in as fast as he could.

I’m thankful to say that after last week’s stomach flu-pocalypse, we returned to our regularly scheduled program this week, and it was a good week! I’ll share more about our new schedule soon (because we’ve flipped everything on its head!).

Daytime weaning Lucas while we were at Disney in early December (because he was so very mesmerized by everything there was to see and my mom was there to help!) has been even more amazing than I could have imagined. In many ways, I feel like I’ve gotten my life back and left the challenges of 2016 so far in the dust, and I’m having fun “rediscovering” myself now that I have more time to read, to find clothes I love (and not have to worry about whether I can nurse in them), and just take care of myself in general.

And I actually get dedicated work hours, which is making a huge difference in my productivity and work-life “balance.”

The crazy part is he’s actually happier now as well. Rather than following me around all day whining to nurse, he plays happily, eats like a champ, and is content with his Daddy and sisters as well. That’s what we call a win!

What I’m readingHarry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling,  Move Your DNA by Katy Bowman, Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis, Fly Away by Kristin Hannah

What I cooked: smoked paprika london broil and holiday green bean saute, baked oatmeal, homemade pancakes, broccoli-mushroom prosciutto egg cups

What I’m thinking about:

{Follow my personal Facebook feed for the things I’m thinking about and talking about all week!}

What it really means to be healthy

Working smarter, not harder

Inspiration for your BuJo

Have a great weekend!

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