It didn't take me long to get tired of the other layout that I had. I liked it, but it still wasn't exactly what I have been looking for, which leads me to this current layout.
I like the look, and it is very much "ME", but I still miss the old sunflower days. One of these days, I'm actually going to try to install PhotoShop and see if it will work with me running Vista now. Maybe then I'll actually create my own layout. I don't think it would be too difficult, since I do actually still have all the files from my old journal.
Things are quiet here in Neverland. Marcel went to his moms for Sunday dinner, and I decided to stay behind and enjoy the solitude. He brought me a plate with green beans and potatoes, and a chicken breast that I now have baking in the oven.
Since they were all having meatballs, and I only buy and eat very lean ground beef, my mother-in-law bought me a chicken breast instead. Lately she's been very respectful in honoring my wishes to eat healthy. I think she finally understood that I was dedicated to my health and a healthier lifestyle and she respects that, and I appreciate it.
I have a load of whites that are almost finished washing- I hear them going through the spin cycle as I type this. After those are finished, I have one more load and the laundry will be completely caught up. One thing that I won't have to think about this week. Yay!
March 1st- Can you believe it?
Since March is National Nutrition Month, I've decided to share with you a daily tip of 31 Days to a Healthier Diet- compliments of Spark People, one of my favorite sites.
As most of you know- I drastically changed my life last year when I started focusing on eating well, excercising, and getting rid of those very unwanted pounds. I haven't completely reached my goal, but I'm getting close, and this will serve as 'food of inspiration' for me, and hopefully for anyone else who is wanting to get 'healthier'. After all, we could all make better and more informed food choices.
March 1st- Keep a food diary.
Before you can improve your diet, you have to know where you stand. Record everything you eat and drink for five days and use these tips to improve your diet a little each day.