Please don’t think I said this without considering the fact that we are in a pandemic, and that people are dying left and right. I’m in the new epicenter, where we are in lockdown and our hospitals have 6% capacity. Yea, I get it.
It will be one of those years that we will want to forget, but no matter how hard we try we won’t be able to. There’s a valid reason for that, we’ve been through a lot
Read on to find out why I’m both a bit skeptical and excited about turning 40. What I’ve learned so far, do I feel any different? What do I hope to gain from my 40’s and what my 30’s taught me. Most importantly, why my 30’s left me so exhausted.
These past few weeks have been interesting and entertaining. Not as much as the chaos that was my first zoom call, though. We had 10-12 kids trying to out-toy the other kid, mom’s that didn’t put their screens on mute, so everything could be heard.
Like many Mami’s out there, I’m now a member of the homeschooling club. Which means my kiddo and I survived our first week, not sure how but we did. I’m going to be honest with you, when this first started, I didn’t take the homeschooling part too seriously.