I would love to see a playlist of music I’ve ‘loved’ on Apple Music but in the last day I’ve been making an effort to stop playing the same few playlists. It’s hard though.
I’ve turned off screentime on my phone. We’ve totally given up on trying to not use our phones or computers now.
I was going to try a screen free Saturday but here I am. The kids are, mostly, playing nicely in another room. I’m crashed out on a beanbag in the lounge considering doing some drawing and listening to some music.
Today’s Day 28 of self-isolation. I’ve been making a ‘freestyle’ @1secondeveryday (now 6.5mins long!) I realised, as I watched it that to start we made a conscious effort to do stuff to keep the kids busy but now we just do stuff with them. A small detail but feels significant.
I know I’m busy because I completely forgot to open my RSS reader.
I have such clear memories and ideas about some of the music I listened to when I was a teenager. I just don’t feel like that’s as true anymore. Now, I can speak out loud and pretty much any music I want will start playing.
I don’t know how I feel about that.
@vincent I’ve downloaded Gluon but can’t post and I think that’s because my blog isn’t hosted by Micro.blog? Is that right? Thanks
Had a moment with the eldest and it made me realise the importance of something. Of making time to spend time with your children individually.
Our youngest can be ‘overpowered’ by our eldest because he’s 1 and at 3 she can do so much more. But he deserves some quality time too.
Wide awake at 3am because I went to bed early to ‘get a good nights sleep.’ Ah well. Still, the quiet right now is amazing.