It’s that time of year again – the ending of one year and beginning of a new one. This is when many of us look back on the year we just had and think about what could have been different or better, usually about ourselves. Or we think about what goals we would like to accomplish that we have not yet as another year comes to a close.
My husband was out of town last week for work, which means I was on my own for dinner. If you’re anything like me, thinking of dinner for one person is tough!
Sometimes the perfect recipe comes together when you’re not even trying. And it make me even happier when it does for me because I do not consider myself the greatest cook. This one turned out to be delicious!
Raise your hand if you, like me, are a pro at procrastination. I’m not talking about the super-long-having-to-think-critically-and-spend-hours-at-something kind of tasks that get pushed off. I’m talking about the easy-doesn’t-take-more-than-a-few-minutes kind of tasks. This is the kind of procrastinating that can really hurt our productivity.
Some people think their house will always look messy because it is just too time consuming to clean. And when you have kids?…forget about it! I completely understand this and don’t disagree. But what I have come to realize is that not every time I clean does it need to be a deep, thorough, get-behind-every-nook-and-cranny kind of cleaning. I mean, who has time for that?!
We all know someone that uses lip balm not just once in a while, but often. I mean, like puts it on every hour or so. And if you don’t know someone that does, then you probably are that person. That was me. For as long as I could remember, I always had to be wearing lip balm or my lips burned, felt naked, and that they were drying out so quickly they just might fall off my face.