For take 6, you start by making a mental note to get out of the house and do more interesting things. The grocery store, library and playgrounds aren’t going to cut it. So, here I like to update you on something Ellen related. It will be a complaint, but I will make it sound upbeat and funny. We will all laugh about how we have been there.
Have you ever thought about what goes into a 7 Quick takes? Would you like to do one, but you just don’t know how? Well, here is the tutorial for you. I like to start off with the one thing that I actually did this week. Let’s be honest. I don’t do more than that. I fancy it up with a picture and make it sound super fab. Then you’re sucked in. You’re all, “This girl is so fun! She really makes the most out of life. Look at that picture!”
I don’t even have my own pictures from our week. Lame.
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And then, I might have one more piece of news. It will be slightly less interesting, but I’ll try and make it funny so that you keep fueling my desire for Internet attention via el blog-o.
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At this point, I am out of content. I start to think, “Is that really all I did this week? What have I been thinking about lately? Nothing? Oh ok.” Hmm. Check email. Browse Pinterest. Look for inspiration. I know! I will add a link. Links are great. Good content and none of the work. Phew.
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Ok, that link thing really worked. I think I can get away with it for one more take.
Or, perhaps I will enlighten you with something political or religious. But, that is unlikely.
Finally, shamelessly share a picture of your children. Like this:
And there you go. The anatomy of a 7QT. You’re welcome.
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