The time is 1:22 AM
I slept for a few hours earlier and now I’m waiting for Sahur, which we usually have at 2:20 AM. Another hour to go.
My sleeping schedule has been different from my husband’s, he’s more of an organized sleeper with a healthy sleeping pattern while mine is just anywhere around the clock, ranging from multiple short naps a day or straight 12 hours. Tommy is sleeping on the floor with his belly on the side, I think he’s getting warmer these days due to the temperature change, plus he’s shedding a lot I can actually knit a sweater out of the fur.
After finished updating my subscriptions list just now I’m able to see how easily you can overspend on unchecked subscription. I decided to unsubscribe an app I no longer use and it really make a difference on the yearly budget. So don’t forget to update you subscription list and keep everything checked too!
I spent some time blogwalking just now, just reading people’s posts and blogs while admiring their writing and website.
One of the posts that really caught my attention was this one from Joanna Goddard on What It’s Like to Have A Baby During the Coronavirus Pandemic. Delivering a baby itself could be exciting and scary but during this time, it’s more of the latter. But these women are so strong for delivering alone and one of them even tested for COVID-19 before delivery!
Then I scrolled Twitter for quick updates and saw The Oatmeal comic passed by the timeline, by Matthew Inman. His comics are so relatable and humorous I chuckled silently scrolling. Here are some of them
(His Twitter handle is @oatmeal)
It’s really lovely to see people just do what they love and express themselves in a way that could relate and benefit others. Which I intended to achieve someday, InshaAllah
Thank you for reading! X
p/s: If you happen to be a blogger or want to recommend a blog please comment down below! I’m actively reading blogs now and looking for more blogging friends.