May it be a wonderful day for each and every one of you.
There are varied psychological interpretations as far as the colour blue is concerned, based on this article by Very Well Mind. Where are you on the spectrum?
Friday the 13th has nothing on Monday the 16th. Today I can do blue for #MoodboardMonday because what a day it has been already. Good grief!
For some reason, I deactivated my regular 06:00 alarm, which is my signal to switch the hot water cylinder on to shower. By the time I woke up it was close to seven and there was no way that I was going to have hot water in a few minutes seeing that the last time I was at The Cave was Thursday morning. So, I boiled water in the kettle and washed myself, but I’m still not awake and I’ve been at work a whole day!
Then I discovered I was out of data. Charming. With it being finished, I couldn’t access my banking app just to recharge, and with me being late, I couldn’t stop to buy. Thankfully I had cash on me, so a colleague bought for me and I just gave her the bucks.
I suppose I shouldn’t gripe – after all, there are people that are a lot worse off than I am, but seriously, the small stuff is getting to me. As Eliza put it on Thursday evening, the limits of my medication are being tested. On a daily basis…
Seriously, 2020 has been tough enough without all the added ‘klein jakkalsies’.
On a positive (and blue) note, I went swimming on Friday with Carla and her friend Anna. The two of them are a lot braver than I am. It took me ages to get submerged in the water. I also had added anxiety that my now-oversized boobs were going to escape the bathing costume I was wearing. I found the better fitting one this morning, so I will be better prepared next time at least.
I don’t know what the week holds, but I’m hoping that it becomes less blue as it progresses.
Wishing you all a week that’s your favourite colour 😀
I swear, I just blinked, and a week went by. I can’t believe it’s #MoodboardMonday again already. Today’s colour is grey (or gray, depending on what dictionary you favour). It’s the colour of my mood and the fog that has taken up residence in my brain.Continue reading
So, today is #WorldGinAndTonicDay…
Life in the Garden Route of South Africa has its perks. There are quite a few gin distilleries close to my hometown. There is even a school in town where you can make and infuse your own bottle of gin as a keepsake to enjoy in the comfort of your favourite chair at home.Continue reading
Pink is a colour that I’ve grown to love as I’ve got older. Maybe it’s because I’m still a hopeless romantic (despite my disastrous love-life track record), or maybe it’s because I feel like some candyfloss right now. Who knows?Continue reading
There are days when you wake up with an outlook to tackle the day; other times you’d rather pull the blankets over your head, wishing (or praying, depending on your beliefs) for tomorrow to come. In both instances there are times you simply take for granted that you’ve been given another day to begin with.Continue reading
A long while ago, I was tasked with making #moodboards for work. I decided to do some research on the Psychology of colours. It turned out to be an incredibly fun, creatively soothing exercise for me. Not being much in the mood to write of late, I lay in the bath wondering what I could do to inspire some blog posts. One of the things my therapist told me is to remember things that invoke good feelings and repeat them. It was then that I decided to write a series of colour-related posts.
I think it fitting to begin with my favourite colour: Purple.Continue reading