Well, I did exactly what I said I wasn’t going to do, and that is get wrapped up in rushing around as a professional, as well as a mommy. It’s really hard to not think about work when I’m at home, but it’s all in the profession, I suppose. I’m trying to stay positive, and keep blogging. Projects have been put on hold for now, except for a few *wedding present surprises* that I can not divulge at this time.
We have been eating fairly well since adding another working parent to the mix. It has been easy, however, because of Mr. C’s busy schedule, I really only have to cook 3 days a week, and we have enough food for lunches too. I’ll try to post sample menus next week, as we’ve been dealing with a sick toddler and trying to throw in some birthday celebrations in for me (although, acknowledging 29 is not a priority!).
Until next time, when I’ll try to get my head unjumbled and actually remember what we’ve been up to lately!
The beach is one of the most majestic places on this earth. I will never get over its beauty, and I will always come home with a post-beach depression. It seems that for the past few years, our vacation has coincided with the end of summer. I look forward so much to the trip and then, once we’re home, that anxious, sinking, pit-of-the-stomach feeling hits. Time is running out! Luckily, we have access to the beach during the off-season too. It just isn’t the same though…
After a week of not worrying about anything except the safety of Baby Cakes as he bravely dashed into the ocean (more on this later!), I am back to meal planning, grocery shopping, and trying to figure out how to get us back on the healthy train after a week of bingeing. I’m not sure those bike rides and runs helped, seeing as though they usually resulted in a trip to the market to get beer or donuts!
Healthy suggestions are welcome and very much appreciated as I spend the rest of the morning browsing my pinterest board…which is essentially full of delectable treats and not-so-much the healthy stuff.