Hello Joyflakes!

Recently I decided that I needed to cast my net out a little wider with the blogs I read. I needed to take a chance on someone quirky and funny and interesting who didn't make me feel like I was massively behind the rest of my blogging generation in terms of my commitment to my blog. What happened, was that I found a wonderful blogger who also happens to be a staff writer at my favorite website Hello Giggles. She doesn't write every day, or even every week and it doesn't seem to wrack her with guilt like it does to me sometimes.

What she does do though, is a post called "(insert month), Recently". It's a quick and easy way to keep her readers updated on what she's been doing that month and I love the format. Not only is it something I feel like I can actually commit myself to, but it's also a great way to keep tabs on what I've been doing so that later in life I can look back and feel nostalgic. My favorite!

So, without further ado. Here is my first recently post.

Dragonfly in Amber, by Diana Gabaldon. This is the second book in the Outlander series and it's my second time reading it. If you've never read Outlander I suggest you shut your computer, go to the library, and enjoy one of the best books I've ever read.

March meant getting back to my blog. I wrote twice and I'm hoping to make it more of a thing in April. We shall see though.

Moving & Shaking:
As you all know, I started going to yoga. I'm going to a class with my coworkers on Wednesday nights and it's been pretty great so far. I did take my friend along last night who is an instructor herself and learned that the teacher is massively under qualified....but at least it's getting me started! Once I finish up these few classes, I will be finding a new studio and hopefully becoming one of those crazy yoga ladies.

March Sounded Like: 
I'm in love with this song. It's been a wonderful addition to my Saturday Sounds playlist and also makes the perfect song to sing in the car.

I hope you've all enjoyed my first stab at a recently post! I love that it's a simple way to update you on a lot of my life at once.