Week in review: 6 – 12 September 2021

Another week has passed without significant news. At least it was a short week. I know that only because Rich didn’t go to work on Monday because of Labor Day. To me one day still feels very much like any other. There still haven’t been any news about my work permit or my travel permit or anything really. Yep, the other half of my closet is still sold out everywhere between here and Connecticut. I still struggle to set up a routine (with the exception of meal and nap times). Also, this week the belly/baby has definitely grown quite a bit so I haven’t always felt great physically. Who would have thought that a growing belly also leads to uncomfortable back pain?!

On the other hand, I concerned myself with my resume and goals this week. Since I am already sitting at home, I figured I could also tax my brain and do some online training. So I signed up with Coursera* and started a professional training on project management. That seems a little more productive and I quite enjoy the new input. I guess that is my form of therapy for now. Other than taking plenty of naps and conducting profound conversations with the cats that is, of course.

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Week in review: 6 - 12 September 2021 | janavar

Week in review: 6 - 12 September 2021 | janavar
Week in review: 6 - 12 September 2021 | janavar
Week in review: 6 - 12 September 2021 | janavar

|Watched| Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Küchenschlacht
|Read| Enna Andersen und die Tote im Mai, Enna Andersen und der trauernde Enkel, Juister Mohn, Nasses Grab, Nothing to see here, Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine
|Listened to| songs on Spotify, AnnenMayKantereit
|Done| read a lot, visited Coney Island on Monday, got my car back from the auto repair shop, started a training on Coursera, cooked and baked a bit
|Eaten| peach cake, swiss chard soup, popcorn, Adana kebab
|Drunk| water, coffee, peppermint tea
|Thought| why can’t I at least have a travel permit?!
|Been happy| when the car only needed a new battery
|Laughed| Rich and I watched quite a few cat videos
|Desired| you know … that work permit
|Bought| fresh produce on our farmers’ market, I signed up with Coursera
|Clicked| we definitely belong to these flexitarians enjoying meat substitutes: Plant-Based Foods Expand, With Consumers Hungry for More; Hudson has been on my travel bucket list for a while: Take A Beauty Day Trip Upstate; how great that I live in one of those 3 exceptional countries … not: As Abortion Rights Expand, the U.S. Joins a Handful of Telling Exceptions

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