We're in the midst of making our double office into a solid work space. So far, so good. But there's a few knots to untangle. Like my coupon station and Tim's gaming shelf, which he did a killer job on.
Now we're waiting for the coupon station to arrive from Staples. Which was not cheap. After coupons and rewards, we paid $47.43 OOP. Which is just enough to annoy me. That said, I've outgrown my current station, and that was the best deal I could find.
In baking news, I made my fourth cake. A four-layered carrot cake with maple vanilla frosting. The frosting was too sweet for so many layers, so I scrapped some off, saved it for another time, and took meticulous notes.
Then we hit Barnes. Tim wrote and I studied cake. Did you know that most cakes fit into six basic categories? I didn't. Actually, I never cared before. But now I do.
It was a good weekend.
I'm at a point where I no longer want to be in my own way, and I want
to hit a few serious goals. That, and I have some health issues that
need addressed and thanks to my honey bunny, we're going to work on those
From here on, I ask myself: How
will this (step) help me reach my goal? When I ask myself that
question, I think differently about what I'm doing or not doing. Sorta
puts things in logical order, if you will.
And that my Bubblebutts, concludes this post. I'm off to write and bake.
Like to be done early so when the delivery dudes arrive, I can rebuild my coupon station.
Until next post, cheers and boogie boogie.
PS: Made these over the weekend as well. 100g wholemeal, 250g strong white. Very nice in crust, crumb, and taste.