Having read Dr Tanya’s list, there are other things I like to write about that are not prompts. So here is my prompt-less list of my preferred wafflings.
How can I not enjoy writing about dogs when we had Maggie and she was always a star in my blog.
I love them so much and we have so many furry characters around us. Our fluffy guest has made herself at home and is currently snoring her head off at my feet.
Diets and food
The constant battle of the bulge and counting syns etc , hopefully offering support and being able to pass some tips on to fellow dieters as regards recipes and ‘cheats’.
I’m a number cruncher and always looking for ways to save a few bob. Sometimes it doesn’t always work, but if we come across a pitfall, I pass it on so that people might not make the same mistake.
We are on a limited income so have to get the best for our pound, but we have the advantage of having the time and means to shop around, especially pre-Covid.
I use a spreadsheet and budget a year in advance, so currently working on 2022/23 as 2021/22 is in progress and already covered.
Ties in with the above and usually relates to food for which I have done comparisons over the years.
The biggest con is still weight, and you get less for your money though the packaging appears the same. Another little trick shops use is to be out of stock of something for a while and when it’s available again, it’s a few pence dearer (and less weight sometimes).