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Lazy Day Survival Guide








Hi everyone!

In case any of you haven't been keeping up with the news lately, Hurricane Matthew is expected to strike Florida at any time now.  Ahhhh, nothing like beautiful fall Florida weather! It's hard t I hate to admit it, but ever since yesterday I've been keeping my fingers crossed that school would be canceled for today and Friday. What could be better than sleeping in and not having to take my math test on Friday. I love being the busy body that I am, for example, I'm more of the "super packed weekend" girl opposed to a "having a Netflix marathon" person. With that being said, staying inside for two days without going anywhere or having anything to do, makes me a bit uneasy. If you can relate to me in any way, I created a "Lazy Day / Hurricane Guide" to keep your sanity!

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   1. Get Productive!
Even though I spent almost my whole morning watching countless reruns of Full House, I dedicated some time to getting stuff done! Catch up on some assignments or finish things you have been procrastinating for weeks. Now is the perfect time to get the load off of your shoulders from any task/ responsibility you've been putting off.

2. Treat Yourself
If you are constantly on the move; it's important to take care of yourself along the way. Take a relaxing bath, listen to some calming music, online shop, indulge in some "me" time.

3. Get Creative
Try a Pinterest DIY.  All of those recipes or clothing hacks that you've pinned expecting yourself to do, why not do it now! Even if it ends up an utter failure like some of my favorite hilarious Pinterest fails!

4. Clean up!
I know this isn't anyone's favorite pastime activity, but decluttering is a great time killer and is scientifically proven to put you in a better mood!

5. Get lost in the pages of a Good Book
Whether or not your power has shut off due to the hurricane or not, a good book with a cup of coffee and some candles are essential for any cozy day indoors!

I hope every Floridian stays safe during this storm and for anyone who isn't affected by it to please keep everyone in your prayers.

Until next time,

Jillian






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