Maybe get used to making a cup of couscous in the morning and adding things like sprouted beans and spices. Plus a bit of fruit.
Can you even eat sprouted beans raw?
I think I need to sort out healthy lunches first, salads or something. Problem is I only ever get a couple of minutes a day to prepare lunch.
It has to be realistic that I can either make bits after a long work day while simultaneously cooking the evening meal and playing with a 3yo; or make the whole thing in a couple of minutes before I go out the door.
I know you should ideally prep a weeks worth in advance and store in a fridge but I don’t have the space for that right now.
I’m watching the football with my wife. This is the longest I have ever sat watching a game, I really don’t get it. My wife is the same with cricket, we have no sports overlap.
My wife looked at me weird when someone got hit by the ball and looked like they had been mortally wounded and I said “oh come on, it’s only a football; try being hit in the ribs by a fast bowler.”
Also potatoes are now an ornamental plant.
You can now hear the interview I did and try and make sense of my rambling.
There’s some slightly jarring edits to get rid bits where I got distracted and ums and errs.
Also you can marvel at how much I have the voice of a very old man.
All the kids at nursery all go to make the same Father’s Day card, each with a little st.’ George’s cross with a football in one corner, the Englad football thingy in the other and “it’s coming home” written across it.
Now I know for a fact one of the other Dads hates football as much as I do and one of the others really like is but is Scottish!
Cartesian plains is shaping up to be over 50 pages. I am not even half way through the plains themselves yet and still have to add some tables for random events and stuff.
This book will be pocket sized, but thick. It will also be very abstract.
This is so much in keeping with the Equa! ethos of giving people the tools to play a game but not the method.
I also love how this feels like a puzzle book. Pop it in your pocket and solve a few rooms when you get a moment.
There are thousands of fancy soil moisture sensors. All of the plastic or electric. None as good as eyes, fingers, and now bamboo.
Example: this plant does not need water.
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