Tuesday, 1 January 2013

JYC Day 32 - One Little Word 2013 and the road to Hell


 
My OLW for this year is WIFE. I have spent the past decade trying to be a good mother and, whilst that aim is no less relevant now, I have realised that I have done so at P's expense and I think it is time to put back on my Wife-hat. Don't expect many update posts though - this isn't that sort of blog!

I am still persisting with my New School Year resolution of preparing R for scondary school. Just as I think I might have made a breakthrough he does something to remind me he is only 10 and a half.

I might keep you informed as to how I go with my second resolution, though - cutting down on my consumption of wheat-products. Although I don't have a wheat allergy, it does make me very bloated and windy. Also, nearly all my vices - biscuits, cakes, pizzas - are wheat-based and it is easier to focus on what I eat rather than calorie counting or monitoring my weight. I want to lose some inches and I want to have more energy, so I am going to try this way. It also has the advantage of not making absolutely everything off-limits - chocolate and crisps don't contain wheat- so I hope I'll be more likely to stick to it, than a total calorie-counting diet. However, as we know, the road to Hell is paved with good intentions, and my son did (correctly) point out that I've made this resolution once or twice before!

I think I'll finish my daily JYC posts here, although I've still got Christmas layouts to make and I'll share those as and when.  We have guests for lunch again tomorrow and then a weekend to get ready for the return to school.

Happy New Year, One and All!

5 comments:

Sian said...

Happy New Year to you and yours Kirsty! May iy have lots of everything you love and a whole lot more

ps - love the idea of the Month in Numbers quiz!

Maria Ontiveros said...

What a great list of ideas for the new year.
Rinda

Anonymous said...

Speaking as a gluten free wife Happy New Year!!
Good to find the friend in each other, worked for me xx
thanks for a year of great blogposts,
Rachel

alexa said...

Wishing you every success with both of those :). I've been eating gluten-free for about six months now and really notice the difference, so hope you find renewed energy too.

Susie said...

Love reading your Blog - hope all your wishes come true in 2013

Sue xxx