Recently, while hunting down recipes that were nutritious and budget friendly, I searched many different websites.
Much advice was given on growing one’s own herbs and vegetables, mixed in with different recipes.
Two comments I’d like to make to those of us who believe that food can be healthy and affordable are these…
When growing your own, an easy way to choose what to plant, is choose anything that works well in salad. Salad vegetables are always better fresh.
Then my second comment is to grow what goes well with eggs. This means, with the humble and yes, cheap egg in the fridge, a quick, easy and healthy meal can be whipped up with anything growing in the garden.
A side salad, also from that same garden, would make this little meal complete.
For two weeks in a row, I posted Guest Posts by two Writer friends. One is even encouraged to start her own Blog. I’ll update you when she’s ready.
The reason behind this is that my laptop was in town being fixed, so I was using my Smartphone.
But…we’re now back on board.
But getting to the point:
Sunday, there was a Winter Solstice Festival on at the local Town Square.
It was very hippy, but interesting, and made me think of what this time of year is all about.
Winter is traditionally a time of rest. It’s when the garden is dormant, allowing me more time to write, and encouraging me into sleeping and hibernating.
It’s about going within and thinking seriously about priorities.
Since Winter is in the middle of the year for us Aussies, it’s also a time of thinking forward so that plans can be cooked up so that when the New Year officially happens in January, the important goals make it onto the New Year Resolution list.
It’s also the beginning of the financial new year and a good time to sort out budgets and how to pay for any expenses that may surface on the New Year Resolution list.
So the task I set you is this. Sort out what you’d like on your Resolution list for January and organise your budget NOW for it. That way, you’ll be ready and in a better position for success.