good morning everyone and thank you for hoddling in my absence —-
It’s late here in Washington DC and I’ve just gotten back home after visiting family in Colorado, so let’s have another short hoddle.
I’ve done a fair bit of travelling this month. And surprisingly I haven’t slept that great. My trip to London was not very relaxing (by design) and the air mattress at my sister’s house would not stay inflated, so I slept on the floor the last few days.
All this is to say: I’m kinda sick of eating foot that ‘isn’t mine’ per se. I don’t eat out. But I feel like that’s almost what I’ve done exclusively this month.
And I am sick of it. So sick of it that I had Trader Joe’s frozen teriyaki chicken and some frozen peas for dinner tonight instead of eating out (the teriyaki chicken still didn’t make me feel great).
I didn’t have much time to grocery shop, so only bought those dinner supplies plus some apples, bananas and a salad pack.
For reference, my meals usually consist of : chicken and vegetables, beef and vegetables or just vegetables.
Which leads me to this question and today’s hoddle topic which most of you will ignore to instead talk about thanksgiving and other holidays: How do you get back on track after a holiday?
Share it in the comments. Post early in the morning to give your HIC some ideas before he heads back to the grocery store.
Fitzie’s track of the day: Salad, by Blondshell
And now for your links:
The Athletic ($$) takes an in-depth look at Pedro Porro’s form this season
Czech Republic manager steps down after qualifying for Euros
US women’s football embracing new manager Emma Hayes’ vision