Creature Comforts

24 Festive Tasks: Door 9 – World Philosphy Day: Task 3

How do you stay zen / sane over the holidays or in other stressful periods?

My only salvation in stressful times: Creature comforts.  Lots of them.  And BookLikes!

2019 was a hell of a year in virtually every respect, and I don’t mean that in a good sense — I can only hope 2020 will be a LOT better.  BookLikes was my one happy place this year, so thank you all, the whole BookLikes community, for keeping me sane and happy whenever real life was getting a bit overwhelming.

And of course, the boys’ love helped as well …

… and, as I said, creature comforts.  Lots of them.

 

 

 

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