If We Were Having Coffee // It Was Fun, but It Was the Worst

2 thoughts on “If We Were Having Coffee // It Was Fun, but It Was the Worst”

  1. How have I not thought of adding BACON to my baked brie? I can’t do the crescent part (Gluten-Free life…sigh) but BACON… uhm, yes please!
    I need to jump on the planning-for-next-year train… I keep thinking about getting a physical planner (heck, this year I think I ended up getting something like 4 or 5 of them) but I can’t quite settle on what is going to work best for me. And I never end up carrying it around with me when I need it – so I use Google Calendar for a lot. But for some planning and plotting… I feel like I need to sit down with pen and paper and make deadlines and such to give myself more of a sense of necessity.


  2. I certainly understand the sigh after “gluten-free life.” Before my UC diagnosis, I was GF, and it was hard, but mostly because of other people more than the food restriction lol, BUT at least you can have bacon!

    I get the planner thing too. I went through two last year and hardly used them at all. I’m seriously thinking about making my own because none of them quite met my needs.

    Right now, since I have to use Outlook anyway for work I’ve decided to give it a go for longterm blog post planning and so far I love it. Every Monday I make a list of goals for the week, and every morning I spend 5 or 10 minutes on a reasonable to do list. I stick both to the front cover of my journal and keep them out and visible at all times. It’s not a perfect system, and I’m still not as focused or disciplined as I want to be, but it feels like a step in the right direction.

    Thanks for stopping by, and for hosting the link up. I love writing these posts and it’s nice to have a little community around them too.


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