week(s) reflection

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“That’s the problem. We let people say stuff, and they say it so much that it becomes okay to them and normal for us. What’s the point of having a voice if you’re gonna be silent in those moments you shouldn’t be?” ― Angie Thomas, The Hate U Give

 

week(s) in review
what I’m reading: Dare to Lead + The Hate U Give
celebrated kiddo’s birthday party
cleaned + prepped rental
washer + dryer delivery (finally!)
game night
officially became landlords
last wine pickup at Bonaquisti
endured DMV + finally changed name on license
celebrated nieces’ birthday (19 + 14!)
book club
team offsite (work)
relax + recharge
explored our new neighborhood with afternoon walkabout
bath for our favorite pup
voted
handed out candy for Halloween
ordered + received engagement and wedding prints
continued move-in house tasks
drinks with friends for annual brewery meet up
finally updated my drivers license (new name)
dentist (ugh)
began no-buy November
received big work news + tried to not freak out about upcoming changes
continued progress on big work project
took part in Día de los Muertos Celebration / First Friday Art Walk
binge-watched Maniac with the hubs
fell in love with our new home
wrote + posted the messy middle + week(s) reflection
wrote + posted this week in our kitchen: all the bowls + two-recipe bonus post
wrote + posted neighborhood walkabout: Denver’s North + South Broadway

weekend happenings + intentions
October review + November intentions
final house tasks + finish hanging photos/art
menu + prep for housewarming party
host monthly weekend writers
catch up on recipe blog posts
enjoy an extra hour of sleep
birthday wishes for our nephew
relax + read

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