Pesce and Veggie Diaries: Day 6

Pesce and Veggie Diaries: Day 6

They say that a great breakfast fuels you up and gets you ready for the day. If that is the case, then I started my day with a full tank.

Breakfast

A simple egg omelette breakfast with sauted beans and danish bread on the side.

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Pesce and Veggie Diaries: Day 3

Pesce and Veggie Diaries: Day 3

Oh goody it’s Friday! (OGIF!)

Breakfast

My chef tells me that he ran out of ideas for breakfast but when I get to the dining table this is what was served. Bell pepper-mushroom omelette on rice, with a side of oranges. Again, this was really good. But a little part of me wished for a repeat of yesterday’s rice. I always forget to mention that milk and coffee, but not at  the same time, is a regular part of our breakfast routine.

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Pesce and Veggie Diaries: Day 2

Pesce and Veggie Diaries: Day 2

 Day 2 and I have yet to experience any meat-longing sensations, thus far.

Breakfast

I would consider this breakfast delicious, regardless of my current 30-day trial vegetarian status. The Java rice, that’s what we’re calling it from now on, is just rice with turmeric mixed in it, which gave it that colour and additional flavour.
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Pesce and Veggie Diaries: Day 1

Pesce and Veggie Diaries: Day 1

It finally started, my meatless existence.

To be perfectly honest, this isn’t my first time going through life without eating meat. About four to five years ago, I experienced a phase in my life wherein psychologically, I couldn’t eat meat, even if I wanted to, even if I tried(cue music). But back then it was not intentional, and I’ve made it my goal to go back to my meat eating ways.

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Glimmer

Glimmer

I don’t like organizing events. It is stressful, entails a lot of work, and above all nobody seems to be satisfied. It’s a thankless job.

It is statements like these that give event organization its notoriety. I will not refute the fact that it is a stressful endeavor, because it is. You have to anticipate and consider a lot of things, decide on a lot of details on your own, while at the same time factor in the requests and opinions of the attendees. You also have to be very detailed, and at the same time be really brief in dispensing information.

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The Severed Connection

Relationships are hard work.

This is what I finally realized after having been dating the same person for three years. We are generally happy, and we feel comfortable in each other’s company, most of the time. There were things in the past that challenged our relationship, but none of them ever came close to inflicting any serious damage. Most were just nicks and dents that eventually only made us cherish each other even more. We were an impenetrable fortress.

In retrospect, that last statement may have been the reason for our recent struggles.

As I was talking to one of my dearest friends, a BFFE(E for Eternity), it was brought to my attention that apparently, there exists a four year, give or take a few months, “make or break countdown” when it comes to relationships. I asked her to explain further what she meant by it and what I got in return was possibly one of the most honest conversations I could have with another human being.

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