>For the past month or so I’ve been home every day. That means not going to work. That’s a big reason for that dry period I was in. It’s been tough to figure out a routine. I do still go to therapy twice a week and the other days are on me to work out at home, which I do. But when I’m done the appeal is there to just waatch tv and relax. I mean c’mon Oprah’s on at nine. 🙂 I admit it I’m an Oprah junkie, I’ll hand over my man card for that confession. So, I’m starting to get into a routine of sitting in my home office and read or write or something constructive everyday. Today I did a puzzle challenge online to help my brain stay sharp or get sharp, depending on who you ask. The days of sitting in front of the tv weren’t helping my waistline either. Although we have only healthy foods in the apartment eating too much of anything will fatten you up. I had lost a good amount of weight this year, but I’ve added some back on recently so we’re being careful in that area too. I believe that dry season was God sent. For one, I’m so hard on myself all the time that I needed a break. Plus, I’ve been able to figure what’s most important and get things in order. Sometimes we are so bent on staying busy that just because we’re busy doesn’t mean we’re productive. I plan on being productive during this new season.