1. Quit coffee.......again
2. Get back on my 1500 calorie a day diet ....
3. Get back on my 1500 calorie a day diet by taking the time to sit down and plan my meals then make a list based on those meals, then go and get those items at the grocery store, then pre-make some of the meals for the week
4. Check out Bulk Barn at its new location and see what groceries I can get in bulk for cheap.
5. Go to Fabricland and price tulle, and see if they even have it.
6. Clean my house, one room at a time (will be 1-2 rooms a day), and by clean I also mean organize, donate, throw away - declutter!!
7.Tomorrow is my first day of school and I have a load of paperwork and tasks to do just based on that
I have done Fabricland...black tulle is about 8 bucks for a 3x1 metre piece. I bought one piece and put it on my perennials by my doorway to see how it works because they were showing signs of being eaten.
Bulk Barn is awesome, already posted about that one
Today I am on Day 1 of no coffee and I am at work, and people keep mentioning that I don't look awake yet. Thanks guys. Just don't say I need a coffee. I have claws. Haha. Eating hasn't been so good and neither has my spring cleaning. My schedule at school during my experiment is going to be long hours and last minute tasks. I am not sure I can get back into a routine until its done. Which won't be until the end of the month or so. Either way, this caffeine kicking will probably help me from crashing and having mood swings during the day. When I first started losing weight a friend told me caffeine is really a hindrance and I am finally heeding that advice now. It won't be easy as I am a severe addict but I also need to stop spending spare change on coffee and being late for things because I HAVE to stop for one.
I just found out my car needs major repairs so I won't be spending any money on new products other than what I need to finish the start-up of my garden, as well as a bridesmaid's dress I need to go and get at the end of the month.
I have two assignments due next week as well as another test so my weekend will be focused on that, with a little nephew's birthday party and spring cleaning thrown in there. I ordered a piece of cheese cloth on Amazon for six bucks so all I need are cinderblocks and we can build our rain barrel. I will be ordering my compost and mulch around the 20th, probably after the long weekend though.
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It says you can add equal parts water or raw apple cider vinegar. I dont have any raw vinegar so I just used water. I have also read that you can crush up an aspirin and add it to the mix for the salycilic acid