Life Hack: We have milestones for our kids set up and are thinking through more things. Our kids didn't chew gum until age 5 and my 10 year old recently got her ears pierced. Makeup, social media and phone will come at 13, probably. There are other small things along the way and we revisited this subject recently when we found a pandemic way to get my ten year old's ears pierced (at Riviera ENT for $75). It has given our kids things to look forward too and made them feel the increased freedoms our kids need to feel as they grow.
Bobbi Brown Mascara through Ipsy and it has been my favorite product so far. It stays on the whole day (I do use this primer) and comes off at night.
Last Book I Finished: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides Goodreads Review
The Silent Patient is Alicia Berenson, a famous painter who inexplicably murdered her husband and then slit her own wrists to commit suicide. She will not speak in her defense and is eventually committed into an asylum called the Grove. We meet her therapist, Theo Faber, beginning with his fascination with the story and his desire to help Alicia, even changing jobs to work at the Grove.
Because Alicia will not speak, Theo must find clues elsewhere to what happened in Alicia's past (brother-in-law, a gallery owner, and her cousin). Although interesting, I didn't find this part completely compelling because it seemed implausible that he could do this and not get fired.
This is a compelling read (or listen in my case) and the twist at the end was good. I don't want to say more for fear of giving it away.
Life Project: Intermittent Fasting
My metabolism has changed in the past couple of years. Plus pandemic eating, so in December I decided I needed a change. I have been doing intermittent fasting (17/7) for a couple months and am feeling great. If you want to know more Fast. Feast. Repeat. by Gin Stephens is helpful or next up on my list to read is The Complete Guide to Fasting by Dr Jason Fung.
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