Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Hazy Shade of Laze

Today is torturous! It's a gorgeous 79 degrees, the sky is a hazy blue and there's just the slightest breeze. I should be joyous and content, but instead I'm huffing around the house bored out of my mind because the allergies that come along with nice weather have halted my productiveness in its tracks.

It comes down to this: I don't know how to relax. My boyfriend hates this about me! I would love to be creating for my Etsy shop or hacking away at my long to-do list rather than lounging around soaking up sun. Even I hate this about myself, but I am what I am. Give me a project and watch me go! Hopefully tomorrow will be less pollen-y :)

11 comments:

  1. pollen=the devil
    allergies=hell.
    i hear ya.
    hope the sunshine makes you smile tho!

    xo

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  2. Haha! You're absolutely right, Anne!

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  3. It's 40 degrees and raining here in Chicago. But allergies can be a pain this time of year.

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  4. I feel for you. :( I'm a lucky one without allergies... but my eldest boy has been sneezing his face off. Sads. Feel better. :) Erica

    http://moth-design.blogspot.com/

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  5. Acupuncture saved my life I never sneeze any more...try it.

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  6. A lot of my friends are suffering from allergies right now, it's a buzzkill for sure!

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  7. You should try yoga. It relaxes you while still making you do something at the same time. xo

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  8. Keys to relaxing if you have allergies: indoor picnics. While blowing bubbles in the living room.

    Done!

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  9. Oh my goodness, 79 degrees sound heavenly. I'm a Florida girl living in rainy western Washington. But sneezing and watery eyes definitely get in the way of enjoying it good spring weather!

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  10. Pollen sucks so bad. Fingers crossed you have a better day tomorrow!

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  11. My hubby is totally suffering from pollen right now too. I used to while living Canada, then once I moved to FL they literally disappeared! :)

    I don't know if you've tried this but if you buy a ceramic neti pot, you fill it with warm salty water and use it to clean out your sinuses. Dr. Oz recommends it and it really works. It's not the most glamorous thing but like flossing, it really makes a huge difference. Link:

    http://personalmoneystore.com/moneyblog/2010/04/12/neti-pot-offers-cheap-drug-free-solution-allergy-relief/

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