Blog post 19, October 2, 2018


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My Favorite Go-To Side Dish!


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Hello everyone. I am happy to say that with all the drama from my cancer scare I am getting back on track and getting my motivation back. It may look like I haven’t posted a blog in a while. However, I was updating my galactography blog to keep everyone up-to-date with my progress. Worrying can be very distracting when it comes to trying to be productive and create content. While I was stressing and worrying about my surgery, I found myself stress eating. I am lucky I have my favorite go-to side dish to snack on. If you don’t have time to read this post, please save it to a Pinterest board and read later.

Stress Is a Factor

Over the years I have discovered that I am a stress eater, an emotional eater, and a worry eater. I also love food and appreciate the taste of it. When you are a stress eater, it is extremely important to have a go-to side dish. A side dish that you can feel guilt free about eating. Mine is roasted vegetables. I make a whole cookie sheet full. There are times that I just eat the roasted veggies as my main meal.

Roasted Vegetables

I gather my favorites, each time a variation from the last so I don’t get bored of it. Chop them up into bite-size pieces and lay them out as a single layer on the sheet. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil or oil of your choice. Then season up the veggies with some sea salt and lemon pepper. You can use spices of your choosing. I don’t put lemon pepper on my sweet potatoes I only put sea salt. Preheat the oven for 400 degrees and then cook for 25 to 30 minutes. If you cut your sweet potato chunks too small, you will burn them. Same goes for your other veggies.

I usually wrap up the leftovers after making my plate if my daughter doesn’t steal the rest. Then I can eat the roasted veggies for breakfast the next day.

My Choice Veggies

  • Sweet Potato
  • Zucchini
  • Mexican Squash
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Sweet Onion
  • Butternut Squash
  • Mushrooms

Burst of Energy

Eating my plate of roasted veggies fills me up and gives me a burst of energy to get my proofreading done. It even helps me focus on writing my blog. What gives you a burst of energy to meet your daily goals? If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment or send me an email. I would love to know what else you would like to talk about. You could even send a question on the submission form on my website homepage or email me directly at peggy@wyrdservices.com.

I look forward to hearing from you, and I will respond to all emails and comments.

Take care,

Peggy

 

This week’s book suggestion is This Is Marketing: You Can’t Be Seen Until You Learn to See by Seth Godin.

 

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Peggy Wyrd

Peggy Wyrd was born and raised in Southern California. She is married, mother to two adult children, and has three dogs. She started her work-from-home journey on July of 2017.

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