No photos, I've fallen out of the habit.
Recently we've eaten -
a home made chana masala (delicious)
a couple of wraps
2 lots of roast veg
some veg gyoza, they had soy in which was bit meaty for me so Dan ate most of them
2 bean burgers
1/2 butternut squash
roast sweet potatoes
assorted bread rolls and other stashed bread
There's a bit of room to move now. It inspired me to do the same with the pantry as the same thing has been happening, lots going in, not much coming out.
I'm working my way through the massive tinned pulses order from the other month, still not a massive fan but there you go.
A tin of potatoes I bought for a game on social media
Tonight we're having the jackfuit that's been in there since Christmas
Red lentils (probably the first time I've been out of red lentils)
Dan finished some cereal he didn't really enjoy
I'm currently making soup using a small amount of pasta we have hanging around, which will also use up some sad looking spinach from the fridge.
That's more than I thought!
The habit I'm going to work on this week is to do with washing up. I do not like washing up at all and it seems as though there is a constant supply of it mounting up. Dan does the main wash in the evening, but throughout the day I wash up after breakfast and when I'm cooking as much as possible. BUT the dishes hang around in the drainer. I have to start doing the drying and putting away because for some reason I find it a huge drain to see stuff hanging around, what seems to be all of the time.
It's such a small thing but I know it will make a massive difference. Also, not having a cup of tea or snacks in the evening will make a big difference in many ways - especially waking up without there being things to do before we can start our day. I can't be the only one, does anyone else have that one small task around the house that really makes you roll your eyes or cause you frustration?