hev wrote: »
Okay, summary of the challenge for me so far...
I haven't stuck to my meal plan on one single day! Not once! And this week's is already out because my meal plans start on a Saturday (for shopping reasons) and OH couldn't face much except a fish finger sandwich on Sat and on Sunday instead of a roast we had rataouille because the veggies needed using up, because they hadn't been used up earlier in the week because, well, flippin heck.
So, today we should have Sunday's roast and the whole meal plan moves along one until Thursday which means I'll skip the stir fry because I didn't get the veggies I needed at the weekend because I felt like death on Saturday.
zoe260373 wrote: »
i know what you mean,i cant (not yet anyway) downgrade fabric softener either,luurve the smell:o but,like you i am using a little less,however,ive been adding vinegar to the rinse too,and i have to say its amazing,the smell doesnt last and it makes everything very,very soft.as my LO is only 4 and 1/2 months his cot sheets havent been used/washed as much as the crib ones so were pretty new almost stiff to the touch but the vinegar has made them soft and fluffy,its great,hope this helps.x
OrkneyStar wrote: »
:T.....still not gone to Tesco's :T:D Does anyone have a quick gingerbread recipe ? or something similar that I could make ? After the success of twinks and weetabix cake I think I might make something else today and DH said he fancied some gingerbread.ta in advance.
queen_of_string wrote: »
Seem to be on track here, went a bit mad in tesco after 5 nsd's but the £71 I spent included 3 lots of alcohol which bumped it up, but shouldn't happen again this month.
Have finished with my OH recently but he is still in the house, trying to find somewhere else to go, so is a bit odd at home , but ok. Trying to stay on track with the OS cooking etc, even though I dont really feel like it and take outs are beckoning. Not really done any baking but I think that will pick up once he's gone. DS demolishes anything homemade. DS is away today and tomorrow so thats one less mouth to feed anyway!! Have updated my sig.
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