My media center has frigid A/C, while outdoors we have 80 degrees temps and super high humidity. I’m trying to find more creative way to have outfits that can easily transition between the two drastically different temperatures. My favorite solution: lightweight scarves. When I go indoors, I can wrap a scarf around my neck and instantly feel cozy and warm. When I go outside, I ditch the scarf and cardigan, and I’m ready for the balmy Florida heat.
This week is the last week of school, and after that I won’t have work (or paychecks) until August. It’s bittersweet for me, because while having free-time will be nice, I really love my job, and I’ll hate not being there for nine weeks. I’m trying to find a part-time summer job to make ends meet, but so far, nothing has worked out. I’m a little nervous about this, but I do have some savings that I can use if needed, and I will be attending a couple of paid work-related trainings. It’s going to be a bit hard money wise, but I’m looking forward to having time to sew, knit, read, and work in my garden. Who knows, maybe I’ll even get together a small Etsy shop over the summer? (Of course, I’ve said that many times before. We’ll see if I actually do it)
For those of you who work (or have worked) at jobs where you have the summer off, what do you do? Do you travel? Work a temporary summer job? Catch up on projects around the house?
Quote: Anatole over Paris., by Eve Titus