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Learning to be better at things

July 18th, 2008 at 07:33 am

Well yesterday I saved myself from spending. I didn't buy clothes that I almost bought. I didn't do take away when I was hungry and almost too lazy to cook dinner. Instead I went home and cooked chicken that I had in the fridge. It didn't come out that well, which is a different story altogether, but ate it anyway. Then I cleaned, filed my paperworks away and mopped the kitchen floor, and went to bed at 12. I wanted to be in bed before that, but I just had too much to do. Well at least it's better than 2 am. I brought my breakfast of orange, blueberries, yogurt and granola to work. I also brought in tuna with crackers for lunch. Specifically it's Bumble Bee Sensations Spicy Thai Chili seasoned Tuna Medley with Crackers. It comes in a ready to go pack with a little spoon too. It cost me about $1.75 for the pack. It's more of a snack, but if that's not enough, I have some more granola that I brought in in a zip lock bag. I will just have to buy a cup of yogurt for it, at the most, if at all. However, I forgot to bring my student Id. Crap! I am sure that would have given me some discount at the museum. Ugh. Maybe I will print out the classes I am registered for next semester online and they will treat it as my Id. Will see. Man, I even told myself in my half sleep to remember to bring my ID. Oh well. Well one more thing to add to my list:

Pack my bag with essential items the night before

*update: The tuna lunch/snack was delicious. For a minute I thought about recreating this myself with regular tuna, but then I realized I will never be able to make it so good. I don't like tuna out of a can as it is. But this is pretty good, and I won't mind eating it again. Next time I will make it more substantial by adding it in a salad or sandwich wrap, or simply bringing in extra crackers.

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