While some people desire to live in a bustling city (perhaps like Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, NYC, or DC..) - I day dream of our future farm house with goats and chickens while over looking a garden of my own. For now, I am still stuck in the middle of Seoul.
I guess the grass looks greener on the other side.
|Seoul city hall library display this Month|
I told you about the "cloth toilet wipes" I use for my #1s (as a woman, we use so much!).
Here they are. I cut up an old bed sheet that was too small.
I cut up the edges like so - no need for stitching. You can invest in a good pair of pinking sheers, it's worth it.
I like them. They are very comfortable on my delicate skin. And I no longer have to stress about hunting for the next sale on TP.
I just throw them in anytime I have my next load of laundry. No stress.
No, they don't stink up the bathroom, You can put a small hamper for the wipes after using them.
I don't have the courage to use them for #2s, but some do. I will leave that up to you!
If you have some old good quality sheets - these are so easy to make and use. You can either cut them up like so, or stitch them however you want.
I splurged on some "health food" this month. I got this honey on sale for around 25,000won (retail price is around 40,000won). And the price at home(USA) is about $20.
I feed a spoonful for each of us every day. We indulge on it like its a special treat.
I'm eliminating a lot of my "grain" intake lately. I try to limit myself to only half a rice bowl a day. Lots of animal fat, meat, veggies and fruit.
|dinner - pork & veggie saute with "dwenjang sauce"|
It's getting easier. The first week was hard.
I got back on this semi "Paleo diet" because one day, I found myself so bloated after switching to brown rice and not watching what I was eating (having jajangmyun and eating late nights..). My body reacts to all of that.
And after learning more about how "grains are anti nutrients" - I'm making some changes in our diet.
I'm also getting rid of all the "veg oil"(cooking oil) - too processed and "bad fat" for our body. Yes, I like experimenting.
2 weeks in so far - so far so good. I feel healthier and getting more comfortable being "hungry" and not being as cranky when I don't eat every hour :)
that is all~*