Things I Learned the Month I Moved Back Home
I could comfortably live at home with my mom for the rest of my life. This is why it’s imperative that I move out.
They should lower the retirement age to 24.
Experimenting with my diet is still a good thing. I now know dairy does not adversely affect my body.
Sometimes it doesn’t take a grandiose action to make a difference. Just being there is often enough.
Don’t let your mother pick up men’s phone numbers for you.
Dairy-free (ish) Protein Pancakes are better than Bisquick.
I was silly to think I’d stop hearing sad stories once I left my job as a reporter.
Wear a seatbelt.
Manual white balance has changed the way I photograph.
Blue chips > yellow chips.
I’m a dog person.
My mom puts crack in her food. It’s the only way to explain why her chili, spaghetti, pie, etc are the best in the world.
Of all the exercises in the world, lifting weights is my favourite.
I have an insatiable sweet tooth. Instead of denying it, I need to just manage it.
I like to shop alone.
Jugo Juice won’t do snack-sized protein smoothies, but they will add a scoop of whey to a Snackin’ Wacky Watermelon.
It’s time to get a job when your day is defined by what talk show is on.
Hummus or bean dip makes a fantastic sauce for a pepperoni pita pizza.
Blogging has become part of my livelihood. No matter where I am or what I’m doing, I can still come on here to write it all out, and have a group of friends here to support me :)
Question of the Day: What did you learn in May?
Posted on May 31, 2010, in Uncategorized and tagged chili, family, Jugo Juice, Lessons Learned, pancakes, pets, pita pizza, protein pancakes, salad, smoothie, taco salad. Bookmark the permalink. 44 Comments.