completely different field.
I'm a proper adult now with a nine to five(-thirty). I work on a Windows desktop (*cries*). I shuffle to the office kitchen to make myself a tea. And I'm fortunate enough to really enjoy what I do and the people I work with. But the first couple weeks adjusting to a new routine took a toll on my body like I never could have predicted.
I remember having to wake up for high school, my first lesson starting at 7:45. Then university—9am was the worst it could be, there were breaks in between most days, and sometimes I could even squeeze in a midday nap in my dorm (how cool!).
So there I was, brain excited to do all these awesome-woo-proper-job tasks and my body like hah cute nice try but nope.
There's always an excuse not to blog or work on YouTube stuff. And now that time I (sort of) once had really is non-existent with a full-time job in my life. I'm all the more in awe of Sanne whom I've watched balance work and regular YouTube uploads for over a year.
As a way to cope with the new found slap of exhaustion, I compromised the usual high aesthetic standards required of Instagram accounts I follow. With a slew of Corgi accounts. I've become very appreciative of #corgibutt. Did you know that my childhood dog was a Welsh Corgi? Having these in my feed have made the 6:30ams and the 8:15pms all the brighter. And fluffier.
You know what I'm going to ask at the end of this blog post. Corgi Instagrams. You have more? I am currently following Pan-Pan, Ramen, Gatsby and Scout, Kimchi, Sebastian, and Henry.