Good days. Bad days.

Oh dear. Fell spectacularly off the wagon today. So far off I can barely see the wagon in the distance…still, this blog is here to capture the lows as well as the highs. Sh*t happens. Deal with it. Learn from it.
A crappy morning at work + failure to pack lunch =bad decision making.
A chocolate bar from the sandwich van.
A tuna mayo baguette from the village shop plus a bag of crisps.
A (smallish) slice of birthday cake with afternoon tea.

After hating myself for the rest of the afternoon (bloody mood swings not helped by sugar levels- duh) I came home to a welcome hug and managed to pick myself up in time for dinner.
No recipe to share today. Pasta. Heck chicken sausages (1/2 syn each) onion and mushrooms fried for 5 mins then softened in chicken stock. Steamed broccoli. It was okay. Not great but okay.
Spent 10 mins while dinner cooked with pencil and paper.
Menus planned for the next week. I am looking forward to trying out a couple of new recipes from my SW books. Lunch and snacks of free food to keep me on track.
Shopping list made.
Overnight oats in fridge for breakfast.
Soup from freezer for lunch.
Tomorrow’s another day. Time for bed.


About downmyfront

Interested in cooking and eating, books, theatre, crafts, thrift and upcycling.
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One Response to Good days. Bad days.

  1. tswme says:

    Well done for posting on a bad day, those are the ones where I find I am least likely to post! And congrats on getting back on plan for the evening and not letting it derail your entire weekend. Hugs, Kate xxx

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