The weekend always seems to fly by too fast. I am not sure I want it to be over yet. Not that I am particularly enjoying myself, considering that I am prepping for my Physiology exam on Wednesday. I am a bit overwhelmed with the amount of information, I must say. But, I guess that is part of being a Graduate Student. I really hope I get everything done before the D-day. That said...

Hello. It is Sunday.
And it looks like we might have some sunshine today and maybe even a warmer day. That would be awesome.

My Sunday mornings are pretty much the same; it always starts with a freshly brewed cup of coffee or tea. Then I catch up with the news, the blogs and emails for about thirty minutes. It gives me time to reflect on my breakfast options and also map out all the things that need to be done that day. I hope to get done with most of it today, and wrap things up tomorrow. Luckily I don't have class, so I will spend my day locked up on the 4th floor of the library. I know, what a life. On the bright side, I start working on my experiment tomorrow. I hope that I can get a publication out of it by next fall. 

Also, I recently purchased two Moleskine notebooks. One, which is a pocket size notebook, was ordered by mistake. I intended to order the large one, but miserably failed. After reading Jasmine's post on journaling, I kind of wanted to fall back into it. I haven't kept a physical journal since I came to the US and I must admit that I miss that. My large size moleskine should get here tomorrow - and I cannot tell you how excited I am. I love stationery and new notebooks. Meanwhile, I decided to start practicing my poetry skills. I used to write poems a lot growing up. Of course they were all in french, but at least I did it. Yesterday I shared with you one of my recent poems on Giving up sugar. I know, how original. Truth is, it was the first thing that popped into my head, so I went for it. I hope to write one poem a day in that little notebook and share some with you here. Maybe I'll find myself a new way to express myself? We shall see.

How do you spend your Sundays? Let's catch up in the comments section.

Have a wonderful rest day!

Colette
The weekend always seems to fly by too fast. I am not sure I want it to be over yet. Not that I am particularly enjoying myself, considering that I am prepping for my Physiology exam on Wednesday. I am a bit overwhelmed with the amount of information, I must say. But, I guess that is part of being a Graduate Student. I really hope I get everything done before the D-day. That said...

Hello. It is Sunday.
And it looks like we might have some sunshine today and maybe even a warmer day. That would be awesome.

My Sunday mornings are pretty much the same; it always starts with a freshly brewed cup of coffee or tea. Then I catch up with the news, the blogs and emails for about thirty minutes. It gives me time to reflect on my breakfast options and also map out all the things that need to be done that day. I hope to get done with most of it today, and wrap things up tomorrow. Luckily I don't have class, so I will spend my day locked up on the 4th floor of the library. I know, what a life. On the bright side, I start working on my experiment tomorrow. I hope that I can get a publication out of it by next fall. 

Also, I recently purchased two Moleskine notebooks. One, which is a pocket size notebook, was ordered by mistake. I intended to order the large one, but miserably failed. After reading Jasmine's post on journaling, I kind of wanted to fall back into it. I haven't kept a physical journal since I came to the US and I must admit that I miss that. My large size moleskine should get here tomorrow - and I cannot tell you how excited I am. I love stationery and new notebooks. Meanwhile, I decided to start practicing my poetry skills. I used to write poems a lot growing up. Of course they were all in french, but at least I did it. Yesterday I shared with you one of my recent poems on Giving up sugar. I know, how original. Truth is, it was the first thing that popped into my head, so I went for it. I hope to write one poem a day in that little notebook and share some with you here. Maybe I'll find myself a new way to express myself? We shall see.

How do you spend your Sundays? Let's catch up in the comments section.

Have a wonderful rest day!

Colette

8 comments

  1. I love that picture! It really sets a mood! Good luck with your exam!
    xo
    The Beauty Break // http://beautytimebreak.blogspot.com

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  2. I love your blog
    followed
    http://minimaysi.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you, Zara! You just made my day :D

      xo
      Colette

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  3. Hello lovely, I just came across your blog and it's awesome! :)

    I'm your newest follower and look forward to your next post!

    I'm currently running a competition on my blog to win a statement necklace, please check it out! :)

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    xoxoxox

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    1. Hello, Helen! Thank you for your kind words and for subscribing to my feed :D I will definitely check your blog out too!

      xo,
      Colette

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  4. Firstly, I love your blog!!
    I saw your last post, honestly, I loved it. That poem! :D
    -Ru
    Glitter And Blush

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    1. Thank you, Rupsha for stopping by and I am glad you enjoyed it ;)

      xo,
      Colette

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