Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Next time around

Next time I start a new way of eating I'm doing it in the winter! This is hard!!!!! It is so hard to keep this family stocked up on good things to eat, and stuff for TR to take to work when all I want to do is go outside and be in my garden. I am having to learn a whole new way of doing things and it is very overwhelming. I am forgetting everything, my brain is on overload. On top of this I started babysitting full time this week. AAHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

No grocery store to fall back on, they hardly have anything healthy. So what to do? Spend more time in the kitchen, and less time outside. I don't think it would be so bad if I already was used to this . . . but I'm not. I am trying new recipes, trying to find new recipes and trying to find time to still do everything that I like doing in the summer.

So I've been neglecting this blog.

One thing I will quickly say is this. I am re-evaluating the Rx for Woman's health diet. I just read "Maker's Diet"(same author) and I think it would be even better for TR. It starts out a lot more restricted and slowly allows more foods in. I've ordered some supplements that will hopefully arrive in a few days that should really help TR too.

But, the kitchen is calling me. More bread to bake and some sort of snack so that my husband has something to take to work tomorrow.

Until next time . . .


  1. next time?? I thought this was a life long change!
    And don't worry about the blog too much. and as much as possible make extra of snacks and meals and freeze. pretty soon you'll have lots of food that you can pull out when you're having "one of those days."
    Maybe you could have some other stuff for your kids and the babysitting ones that are really easy (but not nescesarily something TR can eat)for lunches and snacks, just until everything starts to become second nature.

  2. Is this Rachel? I found your link from Leanne because she follows both our blogs.

  3. This would be Miranda's blog.


I'd love to hear from you!