Also, it's suddenly April. And I'm proud of myself, because I actually did accomplish the goals i set myself for March, because I'm awesome. So...
1. I learned to make bread. Delicious bread. I'm going to need to keep practicing, but it's much less daunting than it used to be.
2. I donated my hair. And it felt good. Seriously, for donate your hair! You won't regret it! Also, I love my short hair. Love it. Enough to motivate me to get more regular haircuts from now on? I hope so.
3. I read some nonfiction. The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin motivating and interesting, read this! The Ten Most Beautiful Experiments by George Johnson, forced on me by my husband. I a,m bad at science. But this book is easy to understand, even for non-science people like me. And finally, I read 1599 by James Shapiro, because he is the best and I am obsessed with Shakespeare. Ha. But really, I missed Shakespeare a bit (I did an MA focused entirely on Shakespeare), and this was a great book by one of my favorite critics on one of my favorite subjects.
I'm so excites for more spring weather. And I'm enjoying this nonfiction reading, too... Any recommendations?