It’s hard to believe it’s been over three years since my last post! Honestly, where has the time gone? I’ve tried on several occasions to sit down and start writing, and once or twice a few words have dribbled out, but I just couldn’t motivate myself to push any further than that.Continue reading “Back in the saddle”
I can’t believe how quickly days are turning into weeks around here. I keep seeing all these articles with tips and tricks about how to keep busy during the pandemic, as though everyone has enormous amounts of free time. Meanwhile, we’re busier than ever and I find myself wishing we had some more down time.
Believe it or not, I don’t spend my entire day looking at pictures of food, making food, and eating food, although I know sometimes it appears that way. My 9-5 weekday hours are instead spent working as a product manager at a software company.
Here we are, the day before New Years Eve. It’s hard to believe how quickly this year has flown by. In fact, it seems like just yesterday that I was writing my first post for this blog, but as it just so happens, December 22nd marked the 6 month anniversary of Indecision & Cake! Please…hold your applause until the end.
The holidays are upon us, and if you know me at all, you’ll realize what that means. It has nothing to do with being festive or merry, or taking time to enjoy the simple pleasures of the season. It means it’s time to bake an obscene amount of cookies. Seriously. A ridiculous amount. In a single weekend.
The stressful part about trying new recipes is that you’re never quite sure how they’re going to turn out. Sometimes you end up pleasantly surprised, other times you end up sitting on the kitchen floor, flabbergasted and wondering where you went wrong. This recipe falls into the latter category.
I’d made myself a goal of posting a new creative project every week, whether it be a recipe, craft or garden project. Unfortunately I missed last week because I was busy galavanting through the Canadian Prairies. Continue reading “A lesson in letting go of perfection”
If I’ve learned anything in my years on this planet, it’s that the only thing worse than making a bad decision is making no decision at all.