Sunday Musings #30: One About Having Plans And Schedules

Hello people,

Christmas is one of my favorite festival, even though I don’t celebrate it. Especially since moving to Dubai I am doubly excited just looking at the huge ass displays they have at the malls and other central places. 

And we are going on a three holiday starting tomorrow (read again: we don’t celebrate Christmas) to Fujairah. There are technically very few places to visit (or that is what Google says) so we will be enjoying our stay at the resort. I will be sharing the photos in my next Sunday post.

On the other news, I am all geared up for the New year and I am well equipped with plans for the blog. Yes that is plural and you know I tend to go overboard with the scheduling bit. Of course, the real problem comes with the execution, but that is a topic for another day. So yes, I have planned it all for January and I will keep planning.


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In case you missed my posts this week, here is a quick recap.

Sunday Musings #29: One About Being Sick And A Sleepy Week.


I reviewed The forty rules of love by Elif Shafak on Monday.

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Wednesday saw this call to Join the Comment 4 Comment Challenge 2019!

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32 responses to “Sunday Musings #30: One About Having Plans And Schedules”

  1. Happy holidays even if you don’t celebrate Christmas – actually I don’t celebrate the religious Christmas either, just give me all the Christmas trees and lights and the opportunity to spread the message of kindness to the world!

    And yay for being organized and ready for New Year!

  2. Enjoy your travels! I’m all excited for New Year plans too but already pondering how many of them I’ll achieve, lol!

  3. I have a bunch of non-christian friends, who love Christmas. One puts up more decorations than I do. It’s fun to look at all the fanfare. I hope you have a wonderful and safe trip. I eager to see those pictures, because I have never been there.

  4. Enjoy your three day holiday and also I am glad you could enjoy looking at all the displays. Christmas is one of my favourite holidays too. Probably my all time favourite one. Also, I love that you are so scheduled and planned ahead ready. Me too 😉

  5. I’ve set out my plan for January and February. There will be some shuffling, of course. Good luck with execution of the plans. Have a lovely holiday break. Anne – Books of My Heart

  6. oh I’m o glad to see you are enjoying this time of the year and making plans! I LOVE planning for the new year! having indie authors as guests on your blog is a great idea!

  7. Hopefully you have enjoyed your trip xx
    We ended up going up north (3hours drive) for a family supper for christmas, It was nice – but oh god im not a fan of travelling by car anymore ahah

    Goodluck for all the new changes you wanna make on here xx May you realize all of them and all go smoothly !

  8. Hope you enjoyed your trip! I can’t wait for the pictures. This is a quiet time of year for me and I ponder my year of blogging. What do I want to change? What do I want to keep? Have a Happy New Year! 🥳

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