Welcome to Towards Simplicity. I blog my goals, especially my reading and studies, and my ongoing downscaling and using up of material stuff and working towards a more minimalist lifestyle.
Sunday, 1 February 2015
30 Days of Blogging Challenge - Day 13 - What's Inside Your Fridge?
What's in our fridge? Well, I'm sure no-one wants to plough through a list of the contents any more than I want to be bothered noting them down and typing them out, so here are a few photos instead. =) BTW, I took these last Thursday when I was expecting to post last Friday. I've decided not to play catch-up anymore, but just to post when it fits in.
As you can see, most of what's in our fridge is fresh produce and, yes, this really is our fridge, it's not a picture pinched from a healthy living site, or something like that!!!
The first photo shows what's in the main section, including salad drawer and will explain why, when I have to look in someone else's fridge, I ask myself, "But where's all the produce??".
This second shot is of the back of the door.
The dropper bottle thing is some Siberian Ginseng, which I use occasionally as an immune stimulant. I also have spare Lush skincare stuff in there to keep it as fresh as poss, before I need to get it into service. =)
This last shot shows what's *on* the fridge, both in terms of what's on top of it, (soya milk, soy sauce, rapeseed cooking oil and salt), and all the travel souvenir fridge magnets.
As it happened, I cleaned and defrosted the whole appliance just before these photos were taken. It was a coincidence, but I was glad to take advantage of it!!!
1: When in doubt, take the next small step.
2: Life is too short to waste hating anyone - even if you do have forever!
3: Whatever doesn't kill you often makes you stronger.
4: Make peace with your past so it won't interfere with the present.
5: Don't compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about. Get the best from what YOU have.
6: Children get only one childhood - let them have it. There's nothing worse than a 9 year old adult.
7: Burn the candles, use the nice sheets, wear fancy lingerie. Don't save it for that special occasion that never comes. Today is a gift - that's why it's called 'the present'.=)
8: Be yourself now, you don't have to wait for old age to wear purple!
9: No one is in charge of your happiness but you and no-one can make you feel inferior without your consent.
10: React to each perceived disaster with these words. 'In five years, will this matter?'
11: Forgive everyone everything, who has the energy to carry around the weight of grudges?
12: The best is yet to come. Psalm 37:29
(Average of 3 recent quizes - quite possibly not very accurate, but who cares? It's fun!)
My rainbow is strongly shaded green and violet.
What is says about me: I am an intelligent person. I appreciate beauty and craftsmanship. Those around me admire my fresh outlook and vitality. I am patient and will keep trying to understand something until I've mastered it.