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Writing freely on a wipeboard... Here's my Gremlin exercise.
My goal to get back too -- Oct. 18, 2006. 63# gone and in size 10 Levis.
Laminated Fast Food cards that I put in the car so I know quickly what is on my "okay" list.
Look at mistakes as a way to learn better - or to just ... learn!
Coming back to Spark. this gave me much to think upon.
We are not responsible for everything - just ourselves. Isn't that a big enough job?
Education is wonderful but we also need the Doing.
Don't rest on your Laurels! Keep going, moving and changing!
We all have our challenges to conquer
We all have some little monsters ~ Chocolate Monster & Self-Sacrifice Monster
Photo of the Fridge ~
This has to be my mantra right now...
I AM better and can be more better... just measuring me against me...
Flours and Sugars kept above main prep area. All labeled with serving size, calories and use.
Kids snacks are labeled with how many equals a serving and how many calories a serving is.
Recipe Book - plastic insert for holding photos in binders is used for recipe cards.
Recipe Book - full page plastic sleeve holds a 8.5 x 11 recipe sheet from magazines or books.
Recipe Book - sticky notes mark recipes I'll be using for the week, so they are easily found later.
Store herbs away from light and humidity. Reclining drawer stackers hold bottles for easy viewing.
Cans sitting on stair stepper stackers allows you to see all that is in your pantry at one time.
Cooking oils and vinegars should also be stored from humidity and light.
Exercise doesn't mean Cheezburgers!
Those Cheezburgers are dangerous!
The only place to go...
Oh how we delude ourselves... even kittehs...
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