Things I Know & Rules Are Meant to Be Broken
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The older I get the less I realize I know.
Here are a few things that do I know:
1. For as Practical as I am, some rules are meant to be broken.
Certain food rules, dietary rules, life rules, exercise rules, rules about your job, relationship, family, where you live, or whatever else, are not always set in stone. Cut loose, live your life, and break some rules every now and then.
Sometimes rules help us and are there for a reason. Rules like stopping at red traffic signals are not meant to be broken. I get that.
However, many times we impose rules on ourselves that are silly, meaningless, a burden, and serve only to box us in and prevent us from living life more fully, or more in a manner in which we’d prefer. Everything from how much time we spend exercising to living where you choose to live. Re-evaulate what you want out of life and if any of your own “rules” are standing in your way.
Life is a series of choices. Think about what you want out of it. Think about what’s important to you, what’s practical for your situation and circumstances, and then act accordingly.
So go ahead, break some rules. Especially the ones you have placed on yourself that may be limiting you in some capacity.
Gina’s Manifesto was a nice example of her “rules” and spin on living a happy life.
2. This mascara never lets me down
And I have quite a stash of MAC Makeup. And always go back to the Maybelline.
However, don’t stress out if you can’t because that would be a waste of precious energy and internal resources.
Just choose more wisely next time, which is your next meal. Which is probably in a few hours, or less. That’s the beauty of eating. We have a new opportunity to make better choices that are more in line with our personal or health goals, every few hours. Gotta love that.
I like what Heather said here, “Eat the foods we’ve eaten for thousands of years in their natural form.” I have called this Caveman eating. They didn’t have processed foods or fake foods.
They also didn’t have Chocolate Covered Oreo Balls. Life is a balancing act. Enjoy it.
4. I would rather be laying on the beach than working
5. I wish someone would make me some No-Bake Peanut Butter Cookie Dough balls. Let them do the dishes, not me. Then again, you can make these in a bowl with just a spoon and no fancy appliances. I have been making these for a year and loving every cookie doughy bite.
6. I know that I love WordPress and am so happy I made the move and encourage all bloggers who are on Blogger, to move! As an aside, is there any interest in a post about migrating to WP from Blogger and the work and the benefits involved?
7. I know I love Skylar more than I ever thought was possible.
And I’ll stop at Lucky Number 7.
From my earlier post with the Southwestern Salsa & Cheezy Baked Beans and Vegetables, thanks for letting me know you liked that recipe.
And for telling me you are huge salsa fans and how you like to get your salsa on! With your food, that is.
One last thing I know…
I would like to have a GF Peanut Butter Marshmallow Bar with Vegan Chocolate Frosting
1. Best Thing You’ve Ate or Done over the weekend?
I spent time with Skylar, and I made a great 20 minute dinner recipe. I will post about it later in the week.
2. Are you going to watch the Superbowl? Or the commercials?
3. What things do you know?
I can’t wait to read these comments!
P.S. If you’re just catching up on weekend posts, here were mine since Friday night:
- Salsa & Cheezey Baked Beans & Vegetables
- Being Practical
- Challenge: Favorite Shows
- Maca Benefits
- Cookies in the Mail, Winter Workouts
- Superbowl Foods and Plans
- Vanilla, Let Me Count the Ways
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