Stuck on what to make for dinner tonight? Are you looking for a quick, easy, recipe for dinner? Well here are five! From quiche to salmon, beef stew to pizza and pasta, this post will have you covered and looking like a professional chef even if you’re a beginner cook. Impress your or just treat yourself to meals that are better than takeout.
I live for summer nights. But I really, really hate the heat. And what has worsened my sweaty, uncomfortable, sensitive skin is actually the air quality. After lots and lots of trial and error, I’ve finally found the products that not only work super well, but also a routine that keeps me motivated and refreshed to continue with my night routine.
Well technically it’s July but it’s roughly 6 months..ish.
Either way I wanted to write a post that provided a check-in on my goals for the year, and to be honest, I haven’t really been keeping up with them. And it’s easy to say, “Well, the year is half over, so why bother?” but it’s just as easy to think “Well, I still have 6 months left, there’s still so much I could accomplish.”
For a blog called Millennial Life Admin, you’d think I’d have shit altogether, all the time right? Nope. And that’s a part of growing up. It’s easy to think that as “adults” we need to have it all together all the time, but that’s neither healthy nor realistic. I used to think my parents (or really any parent) knew exactly what they were doing and had every aspect of the life responsibilities all together, and the truth is, no one does. No one knows what they are doing and everyone has room to improve.
So here are 6 Life Admin Tasks that I’ve been avoiding and my commitment to you on what I’m doing about it.
I’m the type of person that never really understood the idea of a morning routine. For most years, my morning routine consisted of a few basic necessarily steps that got me from my bed to the bus stop.
However, this year, I wanted to take more control of my mornings. I’ve watched Youtube videos and read articles about many morning routines before but I never found them realistic for my circumstances. I work a regular 8-5 job; I don’t really have time/motivation to complete an exhaustive list of activities before I can catch my bus. So I found little ways to refresh my morning routine instead of revamping it into a list of activities that I know I will not be able to complete.
They are very few life admin tasks as dreadful and frustrating as a parking ticket. It’s not anything serious enough to justify making a big deal of, i.e. disputing your rent with a landlord, but not anything small enough to ignore, i.e. making a dentist appointment.
It’s right there in the middle of frustrating and where it won’t keep you up at night but enough for you dread dealing with it.