3.20.2014

A Free Pass To Do Nothing

Today was one of those really great, really unproductive days. It's this whole March Madness thing. I assume that everybody else is doing nothing so I do nothing. I assume that everybody is sitting on their couch so I sit on my couch. I assume that everybody is drinking beer and so I drink beer.


It's really a beautiful vicious cycle that I hope never ends. Anyhow, because I figured it would be very un-American of me to work today, I decided to make other plans for myself. I ventured out to do a little shopping (love me some clearance at Old Navy), fine dining (Chipotle AND Chick-Fil-a #omg), and did a little grocery store perusing. Do you all have a Whole Foods near you? There is just something about that store that screams "I SHOULD HAVE BEEN BORN AND RAISED HERE!" I can't get over it. And no, I don't buy anything there because a. it's way too healthy and b. it costs three times more than it should, but still..you've gotta give it up to their dessert displays, pretty signs, and all of the trickery that the store does to you. You know the trickery I am talking about-you walk in and you suddenly feel like you are doing something right with you life. It's like an au natural detox for you mind, body, and soul.


OH! And then I found myself in Best Buy buying a Google Chromebook which is where this blog post is coming to you from. Here's the thing. It wasn't necessarily necessary to my life but neither is blowing out my eardrums when I have my headphones on and I do that sooooooo....

I've always been awesome at justifying things.

As of now I'm convinced that this is the best thing that has happened to my life in the past 48 hours so things are looking good my friends. 

I think that covers everything that I didn't need to say but said anyway. This post was brought to you by crappy iPhone pictures and a brain that has nothing of value in it.

Happy March Madness. May we all delight in doing nothing productive from now until it's over. 

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19 comments:

  1. Yesterday was a do nothing day for me. The kid went to Disneyland Tuesday with her grandma and cousin and decided she was to tired to go to school. She never does that so we let her have a day of so nothing was accomplished, except going to pick up lunch and watch Frozen.

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  2. First day of spring is supposed to be a day of lazy right? I am telling myself that after my goal was to do laundry but I have done non of it, but I did eat a bag of m&ms, so riddle me productive!

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  3. Those lazy days are the best - yay for the new best buy purchase!!

    agirlandhersparkles.blogspot.com

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  4. Yay on the computer thingamajig! And lazy days are my favorite. Mine usually consist of PB&Js and watching sappy rom-come. Great now I'm wanting a PB&J. Lol

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  5. I'm just so happy it's finally SPRING! Where I'm from, everyone is basically going insane from staying in all winter- especially this year.
    I wish I had a Chick-Fil-A near me. There are literally none in my state at all. The only time I can eat there is when I'm on vacation (which, I'll admit hasn't happened in a few years!)
    Tiffany @ writingitinblue.blogspot.com

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  6. Would you believe me if I said I've NEVER been in Whole Foods?!? I'm dying to go, I'm just afraid I'll want everything and feel like a terrible person for not washing my non-organic cherry tomatoes before I eat them.... ha! Looks like a fun day to me! ;)

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  7. I have the samsung chromebook! Most portable thing ever you'll love it. My friends get jealous because I carry it around and can do work so easily because it's a tiny little thing and fits right into my longchamp without a problem

    That's how my day was too and I am totally fine with it!

    -Devea
    devearani.blogspot.com

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  8. I feel ya on Whole Foods-- I love walking around and eating the hot food from there but I sure don't know what all those health food terms [or have the $ to shop there] Enjoy your new Chrome book!

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  9. I'd love to see your review on the Chromebook!

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  10. I posit that Whole Foods and Michael's spray sweet smelling, food grade crack cocaine through their vent system. We can't quite figure out why we absolutely must go back and give them all of our moneys, but we must. I've been to Whole Foods twice and I kept looking around for a bouncer to kick me out since I just circled the joint eating their delicious samples, probably also laced with some kind of addictive substance.

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  11. You're so right about Whole Foods. I've heard the joke Whole Foods=Whole paycheck thrown out a few times :) But at the same time, I've literally walked into Whole foods just to experience all that is Whole Foods...without buying anything.

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  12. Not gonna lie... At first glance I thought the lady on the tv was actually a nosy passerby in an oddly darkened window. Lol!

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  13. Whole Foods is incredible...you're right, I should have been born there.

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  14. you should see Ubud, in Bali. everything is organic, everything is healing-spritual kind of healing - haha. lots of yogi live here. and yes, every store is lovely and cute. it's a whole food in another level.

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  15. I'm jealous of 2 things in this pic: Chick-fil-a and Whole Foods. We have neither of those things in where I live now and unfortunately those were 2 of my favorite places in Texas, where I lived until last September. I could seriously live off of Whole Foods juice bar and chick-fil-a sauce.

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  16. Mmmmmm that chip bag makes me want Chiptole's guacamole!!

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  17. whole foods and chipotle. could life get any better?!

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  18. Haha! My husband and I gave Whole Foods the nickname "Whole Paycheck" and that's all we call it anymore. Ours is pretty much 1,000 times more expensive on top of already being expensive because it's right in the middle of the city where there is nowhere else to buy groceries. I think I've bought an apple there for like $3 before. No lie.

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