I do love a good distraction technique, because let’s face it, when you are drowning in waves of anguish from your divorce, finding anything new to peg your hopes onto is good.
The inspiration for today’s tip arose during this evening’s supper time. The family and I were tucking into a delicious meal of vegan chilli sin carne (i.e. chilli con carne but with no beef). I’d used ingredients that I’ve never used before so I wasn’t sure how it was going to turn out but knew that the elements which made up the dish were tasty in their own right; with a fair wind they would combine well and the taste would be good.
Actually, it was delicious and it reminded me of the fun you can have when you throw caution to the wind and just throw a few new things into the pot.
So, my advice today is metaphorical and urges you to move away from the pre-scripted route of dinner or life, whichever you need more and to lay yourself open to happier suggestions.
You might enjoy the menu a little more and that’s no bad thing right now.