First off, thank you so much for taking the time to leave your comments and thoughts on yesterday’s post! I was mildly terrified I would come across as a huge, ungrateful jerk, so I’m glad thus far no one has taken it that way (fingers crossed that stays true!).
Secondly, we’re finally bringing our sips for summer series to an end with one last cocktail today, a rose wine slush over on Glitter Guide! Did you all enjoy this cocktail series? I’d love to do one for the fall/winter, too!
Lastly, we’re gearing up celebrate our 4th blog birthday next week, and to give back to you, we’re hosting an ENTIRE week of giveaways! That’s right, no DIY’s or recipes, just good ole’ fashioned FREE STUFF. Can a sister get an amen?! Okay, I’ll stop, but I’m seriously excited, so stay tuned for #sugarandclothfavethings!
Before I delve into this quick thought, I want to say that I’d love to hear your feedback and thoughts on how you may balance your social media presence. As the daughter of a counselor, I’m a firm believer that sometimes you just have to talk things out to figure them out, and I’m super excited to hear your perspective on this topic. So, here goes the story on my trouble with social media…
Ironically, I’ve always loved social media for the most part. I remember when Facebook used to require a college email address in order to sign up, and I had to wait a whole year to catch up to my friends that were a bit older than me before I could join this elite, cool kids club that was known as having a Facebook profile. Clearly a lot has changed between then and now, and fast forward ten years later, here we are discussing this first world problem as we know it. To say it bluntly, I’m a little tired of social media.
Every now and then while scouring the internet to unearth random new crafting gadgets, my inner child sometimes (most of the time) comes out and I find something I HAVE TO HAVE. It’s like taking a kid to grocery store hungry, and the next thing you know they’re eating a box of animal crackers when you’re not looking. All of this to say that I had a similar experience a few weeks ago when I stumbled upon a Tetris cookie cutter set… which I bought… and then proceeded to make DIY tetris cookies with.
Technically there’s no real occasion and we’re not reinventing the cookie wheel, I just thought it would be cool to spend a few hours out of our lives making edible childhood nostalgia. You know, just the usual antics around here…