february / the month in instagrams

[This is the post in which I share photos and a candid review of the month. Click on the photos to read the captions.]

We are quickly approaching the quarter-year mark of 2014! How did that happen already? Do you feel like the first half or last half of the year goes by fastest? For me, the first half always seems to fly by.

February was a pretty good month…

As I reviewed my calendar, events and happenings seemed rather sparse, so I did a little math. Here are the findings:

+ 48 hours (2 full days!!) were spent watching the Olympics.
+ 80 hours (3.33 full days) were spent studying. First history, then environmental science, now human geography.
+ 200 hours (8.33 full days), approximately, were spent sleeping.

That leaves 344 hours unaccounted for, but it’s a good bet that I was either reading, cooking, baking, blogging, pinning, driving, talking on the phone, etc. Also:

I made one crafty project. That’s better than none! I took some photos of the process, so I’ll be sharing the instructions on here in the coming week.

This blog got a makeover. It did wonders for my motivation.

I ate a couple of bites of gluten, in the form of THEE most amazing flatbread I’ve ever made/eaten- Flaky Bread from this month’s issue of Bon Appétit. Cue clouds parting and angels singing… it was like the definition of good.

My BFFNMHFA and I got to talk on the phone for 1 hour and 24 minutes in one sitting. Day = made.

Are you ready for March? Here it comes!


*All photos are from my personal Instagram this month. If you’d like, you can follow my public Instagram @thethoughtfulplate.


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