The electric can opener is a real nice convenience but I’m finding out that I really don’t need it to open the jar of peanut butter. I love the microwave. I use it to cook, warm up lunch and all kinds of things. I can’t ever seem to remember where I left my cup of
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I’m just crazy about vanilla flavor, vanilla scent, and everything vanilla. I have surrounded myself with as many vanilla things as I can find ranging from toothpaste to room fresheners and from cookies to cheesecake. The thing is, there are many foods that are simply not vanilla friendly and I found one of them recently.
Cooking, TV, driving
I am adapting well to my new surroundings even though there are a few things that are different and I must learn the rules of the South. When you order iced tea at a restaurant, you do have to specify whether you want sweet or unsweet tea. Where I came from it’s all unsweet. If
I’m feeling a little bad tonight. I wanted to be right on top of everything today but once again I’ve fallen short. I made my husband’s lunch and dropped him off at work. At lunch time, I receive a text from him. “Nice touch…love the lettuce and cheese sandwich.” Shoot! I forgot the meat again.
I’ve noticed that when there’s a little stress going on in my life, it’s about 10 times harder to concentrate on anything and that’s when the ADHD moments seem to multiply too. I was cooking some spaghetti and dropped some raw pasta under the pan next to the flame and it immediately caught on fire.
Many experts agree that your diet may be contributing to your ADHD symptoms. I found an article that suggests that carefully monitoring the food you eat can make a positive impact on your ADHD: You Aren’t What You Eat, And Neither Is Your ADHD Of course you aren’t what you eat. Your body cleverly selects