Today, I’m linking up with Emily Freeman at Chatting at the Sky to share September learning.
- I would clean my house forever if I was allowed to listen to podcasts as much as I wanted. As it stands, Husband-Man feels neglected when my ear buds don’t leave my head for hours on end. I guess that’s why my house is just a little bit dirty.
- I LOVE Snap Judgement, an NPR podcast (see #1) that tells stories based on decision making situations. Be warned, sometimes the subject is not little-ears appropriate, but they always give a verbal warning before the segment. Check it out.
- Sometimes, foods that I crave (IE, copious amounts of chocolate, ice cream, cake, etc.) make me feel horrible. In the short run, while I’m eating it, it makes me feel comforted. But then… I get a stomach ache and can’t sleep. Or I feel like there’s something growing inside my stomach that is trying to get out (not a tiny human). It’s not worth it.
- I might be food sensitive (see #3). This month, I started trying an elimination diet to prevent an upset stomach, which I had been experiencing about 3-4 times a week. (Again, not due to a tiny human). I already knew that I can’t eat loads of dairy, especially just drinking straight milk, but this month we learned that Cheese-Its make me sick to my stomach. (But yogurt doesn’t?) Not cool.
- Lifting weights in my favorite. It makes me feel strong and comfortable. And it’s an activity that doesn’t require a lot of human interaction.
- Mayan Mochas are the bomb. Think chocolate, coffee, and just a little bit of spice (cayenne and cinnamon).
What did you learn this month?