The art of cooking

The art of cooking

I’ve never been a fan of cooking.  While I’m skilled at fashion the same cannot be said for cooking.  I’m not the girl who can just whip something up, that’s not happening.  I need help, I need step by step instructions to not ruin a meal.  So I’ve been toying with the idea of trying a service that sends me all of the ingredients to make the meal, and all I have to do is follow the directions.

So I jumped off the ledge and decided to try Blue Apron.  Now I don’t have a lot of down time so I have to plan for when I’m going to cook.  When I made my first meal I was a little nervous, but it turned out well.  I said to myself there you have it you can do this.  The thing that I really like is if I don’t want meals for any particular week I can cancel the order.  The program is a bit pricey at $60 per week but it works for me.

I am no longer nervous to make a meal as I don’t have to be creative, Blue Apron does that for me.

So finally cooking does not cause me undue stress. Yay!!​

 

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Lovin me❤️

I’ve always been self conscious about me.  Why you ask, I have no clue.  Maybe people telling me you’re too thin or just not accepting me for me was the cause.  As I got older I started realizing I don’t need approval.  Some comments could have been made out of jealousy I guess.  The thing is I fell into the trap.

Now so many years later with a sound mind a workout regimen and more confidence than I’ve ever had, I’m living my best life.  Not being ruled by society’s standards I’m just being me.  I’m comfortable in my skin and it shows.  I’m a work in progress. It it feels so good to no longer care what people think.  So as I strut down the street with my Carrie Bradshaw theme song playing in my head…. I just smile.  Contentment is so good.