When I was pondering what I'd do differently in earlier life if I knew what I knew now, I realized it could be a good exercise--- first to list out the stuff I'd wish I'd undertaken as a kid and young adult. And then, and only afterwards, pondering which of those things I might still incorporate into my remaining existence, albeit in modified form. Kind of a part of re-parenting oneself, you might say.
Today has been a kind of one-foot-in-front-of-the-other day. I did find the other two new towels I bought way back before the pandemic, and got them out, while taking the towels I've been using for many weeks into the wash. How often do you wash your towels? On average? I'd like to know.