I hope I got you to sing Gwen Stefani there for a second. This all time favorite breakfast dish combines 3 of my favorite things: Peanut butter, banana, and bread.
The main struggle I have with my health and food is my blood sugar. I haven't said much about it on this blog.
A few weeks ago, before I went on a blogging break, I wrote a post about how to create resolutions and even what mine are. But I had some time to reflect and I have somewhat re-adjusted my list, just a little bit.
There's a few things I have learned about resolutions. One is to never say, "I'm going to work out more." Well, of course, you fell through on that promise, because that statement is so vague!
When I was a little girl, and of course, even now, and I would hear a whisper or even just a pleasant voice, it would send tingles to the back of my head and even down my spine. It would relax me and even make me sleepy. I've experience this sensation for as long as I can remember. I had no idea what the sensation was called or if anyone else experienced it. All I knew was that I loved having someone read to me every night.
I realized recently that I've been doing it all wrong. I scheduled to write articles that I wasn't in the mood to write. I'm not saying that I was writing about things that I didn't care about. I was inspired by the topic, but when it came down to writing it... not so much.
In most cases, out "go-to" relaxation before bed is screen time...spending an hour, or more with the TV on or with our phone in our face. But we all know that that's not healthy for us. Yet, it has become a habit for us, and one that is hard for us to break. It's a bad habit for myself as well.
God gave me one body, and it's my duty to take care of it for Him, myself and future ...
But before I get into my "vows” for next year, let’s recap this past year…