Breakfast Babble: ED’s own little space on the interwebs where we gather to discuss ideas and get pumped up for the day. We judge things too. Sometimes. Always. Whatever, call it catharsis and join in people.

Imagine what a bright Sunday morning lifestyle has in store for you? Of course, trying to stagger your way through after nonchalant attempts to wake up from your cozy bed, holding off errands as long as humanly possible, organizing brunch with your friends and maybe trying to soak in the small things nature secretly seeps into your mind.

Hey, if you thought that A.A. Milne’s characters from the Hundred-Acre Wood would stop being relevant when we would grow up, well… Silly Old Bear.

Doing Practically Nothing on Sundays?

If you end up doing nothing on Sundays, watch out for what Winnie The Pooh has to say about your endless struggles of doing something while your hopes are high on your expectations.

Winnie The Pooh on Sunday mornings

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Want to great rid of tiring discussions about how are you turning your life into a mess?

Oh, Bother!!

P.S. Spare me your life-changing advice on Sunday mornings at least.

Winnie-the-Pooh on Sundays

Sunday Brunch with your friends is one of the reasons to leave your house?

One of the reasons to shove your ass out of the bed is what a Sunday brunch can delight you in meeting new friends and satisfying your craving for something sumptuous and Sunday-like.

It’s not weird if you get tired and stop for some distraction on the way?

Tell yourself you are always busy thinking about something!!

Winnie-the-Pooh on Sunday morning

Sometimes Sundays can be tough when you realize you have run out of snacks or food at your house?

Chill, it’s God’s way of saying that you need to wake up and spend money!!


Wonder what’s the best thing about Sundays? You can indulge in things you love.

Winnie-the-Pooh on Sundays

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