This Tuesday is Election Day 2018. I already mailed in my ballot since I’ll be out of town but want to encourage all of you to get out and vote. It’s the most powerful way we can give our elected officials feedback; good or bad.
Did you remember to turn your clocks back? Here’s a friendly reminder so you don’t show up too early for any events today. Our ballot had a state proposition to allow daylight savings time to be eliminated in California. I’m hoping it passes so we can quit messing with our body clocks twice a year for an outdated purpose.
It was a good week at home. I went into the office on Wednesday to be one of the judges for the Halloween costume and workspace decoration contests. I especially like the group costumes; there’s a lot of creativity. Despite the pumpkins full of candy throughout the space, I didn’t have one piece.
Thursday was book club evening and I enjoyed seeing most of the regulars. Our fearless leader got married yesterday so she understandably skipped (Best wishes Jen!).
Yesterday we got the good news that our pup doesn’t have liver cancer; however he does have a nodule on one of his adrenal glands that may be causing the liver enlargement. He’s going in next week to be tested for Cushing’s disease.
It’s holiday movie season again! I love these movies. Hallmark is offering 22 new movies this year along to increase their already large library of Christmas-themed shows. Freeform is kicking off the season by scheduling a classic holiday film every day in November. See the schedule here. Of course, they’ll have their 25 days of Christmas starting December 1st.
Enjoy some of my favorite blog posts this month.
Bitches Get Riches discusses everything learned about minimalism from the zombie apocalypse.
Want to kick up your vegetables game? Savory Tooth has a delectable looking recipe for bacon wrapped asparagus with cream cheese bites.
My Itchy Travel Feet has me wondering when I can make a trip to see Ireland’s Giants Causeway.
I have the TripIt Pro app and had no idea it could so so many amazing things until I read this review from That Anxious Traveler.
Retirement Manifesto has put together the ultimate retirement planning guide with excellent advice no matter how far away retirement is for you
This evening my husband and I are seeing a theatrical production of Hair. I love that soundtrack and a reminder of how it was in our youths.
Tomorrow I head to New Orleans for my company’s annual user conference. We’ve put a lot of work into planning and I know it will be a great success.
Have a great week!
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