|Southern Queensland from a plane window|
Well summer is just about over for us and the days are getting cooler.
Yes, five months is a bit of a long summer hey?
Life has been very busy for me and blogging was something I kept telling myself I would do 'tomorrow' .
Except, like most New Year's resolutions tomorrow never came. Then before you know it, the months go by and it’s hard to get 'back on the horse'.
So tomorrow has finally arrived .
I realised how long a blog break it's been when I finally read a blog that I used to religiously follow. The blogger, who seemed to be very happy in her marriage when I last read her blog, has now separated and is dating again. I've clearly been gone for a while.
So please warn me if there is a lot to catch up with on your blogs.
One thing I have been working on for some months is a much healthier lifestyle (I really am a slow learner). I’ve given up the layers of peanut butter on toast for breakfast and replaced it with oats with puffed amaranth, fruit and chai seeds and walnuts. Yes I've become one of those people I used to mock. I start the day with a big cup of hot water and lemon juice then end it with green tea. In between I do nice things with hummus, eggplant and goat’s fetta. I drizzle everything with a good olive oil. And of course I have the occasional anti-oxidant in the shape of a teeny piece of dark chocolate and a small glass of pinot noir.
Although I still have a way to go. I cannot come at chick peas unless......well unless they are dipped in chocolate.
Anyway, for those of you who may be interested in health & well being please watch this new documentary, called Hungry for Change, from the makers of Food Matters. It has been released online for 10 days only up until 31 March 2012. I promise you will not regret the hour or so you spend watching it and will want to share it with others. www.HungryForChange.tv