As a child, I always hated Sundays. It probably had something to do with the fact that I associated Sundays with homework, getting prepared for a week of school, and quite frankly dreading the little amount of time I’d have during the next five days to do what it is I wanted to do: play. My Sunday-hating trend continued well into my adulthood. Only this time, I was dreading the work week ahead, the early morning commutes, and the little time I had to do what it is I want to do: everything but work!
These past months, I’ve however been rather fond of Sundays. It’s the day that follows the frantic Saturday antics, the day where now finally in life, I aim to treat it as an opportunity to do absolutely nothing at all – that is after the mandatory tidying, and laundry.
So here is what Sunday is all about nowadays
Homemade vegetarian brunches
In favourite mugs of course…With coconut milk + cinnamon
Music and spotifying new artists
Cooking……with wine or beer.
And sometimes even finishing one of the many books your ADD mind makes you read simultaneously. I’ve been on a reading challenge – a book a week. So far so good, but it does require a bit of discipline to make time for reading, times when I actually couldn’t be bothered!
Learning a new language
I took up Italian a few weeks ago, and ever since Duo Lingo has been a close friend of mine.
…or more like singing badly to tunes my partner plays on his guitar.
on deserted and snowy streets
Writing to friends and family
Football in the background
Which I’m learning to tolerate, slowly but surly.