Not looking at Facebook is going to be more difficult then I realized but not because of will-power but more about work stuff. I update the TZ facebook and I also run a bunch of different pages/groups (one of them for Encore) so I actually do need to look at FB at least once a day.
I’ve decided to limit myself to 30 minutes every morning (so I can attend to all my work related stuff) and then close it down again. It’s going to take a lot of will power not to troll through the feed but I think I can do it.Â 🙂
In other news Gerry and I did a lot of errands today. We went and did Aquafit. We went to the bank to talk about RRSP’s. We had a meeting with our Life Insurance lady. We tried on jackets at MEC. I tried a falafel wrap at a place on Yates street that advertised VEGAN falafels. It was ok. Wasn’t super fantastic but it filled me up.
When Gerry and I were in London UK in 2012 – we bought a falafel wrap from a street vendor on Portobello Road and it was THE BEST falafel I’ve ever had. We’ve been trying to find something comparable ever since but no luck. Every other falafel fails to excite me like that one we had in England.Â 🙂
In between appointments Gerry and I hit the photobooth in the mall. It’s something we’ve done for years. I have a huge stack of photobooth photos. This one was all digital and while we got to choose colour or b&w or the style of photo … it wasn’t the same as the old school booths. There was a woman’s voice who gave us a count down for when to smile. It was weird. Look at Gerry. Ha ha.
In other news I made the Volunteer Wall at the Y. Yay for me.Â 🙂
I do feel like I don’t know what’s going on in the world without looking at Facebook. Isn’t that weird?? Because if I actually analyzed my feed it really is just animal videos, click bait and photos of everyone’s xmas tree.
It was a very full day … time to warm up the leftovers from last night and make some dinner for me and my sweetie pie. I’m trying to convince him we should sit at the dining table and eat like adults instead of eating in front of the TV … but baby steps. First thing we need to do is cancel the cable. I’m stalling on that one.
Maybe I’ll wait till after the holidays.
You and I are on the same page about many things…the facebook, the desire to eat at the dining table like civilized people, the endless lure of the tv….it isn’t easy!
A month or so ago it was National Vegan Day or something like that, I I realized that I had been full-on vegan for 11+ years. So I posted about that on facebook and included a picture of How it all Vegan – the book that helped me make the leap to a completely animal product-free life. Thank you for being a voice of reason in my cluttered life for all these years! xoxo Jennifer