When Game of Thrones first came out, back in 2011, I tried watching it, but it was never much of a priority. I had much more important shows to watch, like Supernatural and True Blood.
My husband recently started watching Game of Thrones and I found myself getting drawn in. This culminated in us binge-watching the seventh season in its entirety yesterday.
It was awesome!
I am now quite impatient for the eighth, and final, season to begin in three weeks. I can’t believe I waited this long to watch such an impressive show. Better late than never.
Hope everyone has a fantastic day!
Back in January, I wrote about changing my drinking habits. I was attempting to switch from mostly sugary beverages to mostly water-type beverages with little to no sugar.
I am happy to announce that it has been a huge success. I haven’t had an actual soda in well over a month. Instead, I drink mostly naturally flavored carbonated water, along with some coffee, tea, and, of course, plain water.
It has been immensely liberating to not rely so heavily on overly processed drinks. In fact, I have even started drinking plain seltzer water, in the form of Perrier, and it is delicious. I never liked the taste of plain carbonated water before; I thought it was disgusting.
How my taste buds have changed! And in such a short time too. I am very happy with my progress and am researching dietary changes, which will be my next healthy project.
May you all enjoy your health and happiness to its fullest extent!
Also known as Eggs in Purgatory, this dish is a wonderful melding of tomatoes, spices, and eggs. I’ve been wanting to make this for quite some time, but never managed to get around to it.
I am so glad I finally made it! Talk about delicious.
I used a recipe I found online and adapted it to fit my tastes. I sautéed some celery and sweet peppers in avocado oil, then added some spices – paprika, cumin, and chili powder. After it was all cooked down I added a can of crushed tomatoes. Once it was fully incorporated, I made wells for my four eggs, put on the lid, and simmered it all for about seven minutes. The final product looked pretty darn good, especially after I sprinkled some parsley on top for some added color and flavor.
You can use bread to help sop up the sauce, but I never got around to that. I ate it just as it was, and relished every bite.
I plan on making this again, soon. It is generally considered a breakfast food, which is how I ate it, but it can be enjoyed any time of day. I intend to eat what’s left over some rice for dinner. I expect it will be just as satisfying as the first time.
I hope everyone has a delightful week!
See you next Saturday.
Monday (in 2 days) marks six months that I have been at my current job. Which means a pay increase. Woot Woot!
Hooray for gainful employment!
It may not sound like a long time, but it’s still a milestone that I have every intention of celebrating. Consistency and commitment are essential tools to have at one’s disposal.
I am delighted to have both.
Of course, it’s only my part-time job since I don’t get paid for doing my full-time job anymore (even though I still do it). But that’s a story for another time.
Either way, the bills gotta get paid, so I shall continue at my part-time job for the foreseeable future.
Hope everyone is having a good day!