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My Ideal Dinner Party This year we’ve been short on opportunities for social occasions. Restaurants have been closed and we’ve not been able to have people into our homes. Things
This has been the weirdest time for everyone. All of the plans that we had for this year are up in the air. I haven’t seen my son for over
This month’s For the Health of it Prompt is: The Changing Seasons It is spring here in the Northern Hemisphere and with it comes longer days and (hopefully) warmer weather.
At the start of the Covid-19 lockdown I imagined myself getting so much done. Decorating, cleaning, writing and finishing off my 5 year old cross stitch, to name a few.
My weight loss journey has come to a grinding halt. I just don’t seem to be able to get back properly on track. But it isn’t all bad, while I
I’m behind. A busy day followed by a lazy one and I am behind. Will endeavour to catch up today and tomorrow. This H is also posted on my other
I’m quite a lover of foods that are green. So, have no problem in eating my greens as it were. Particular favourites are cabbage (including spring green), leeks and broccoli.
When it comes to exercise, I am not a natural. Style and coordination don’t come easily either. I’ve never been a runner, I hated having to run when I was
Veering off the food related words of the past 3 days, this is a journal type post. How is it that we make a decision on Monday, or late at
Calories in and calories out. That’s the age old advice of nutritionists. It’s still the advice we’re given in the UK. It seems sensible that since a calorie is a
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