Wednesday, May 19, 2010

My lunch time speaks to me...

So today's lunch isn't too exciting but is still pretty good.  I covered the front desk today so lunch is a little later but today I have a tv dinner, tomatoes with basil/olive oil/balsamic vinegar and strawberries.  The tomatoes and strawberries are from the farmers market so they're really good.  :)

So today on my lunch I also wanted to share that Tiny Buddha must be speaking to me.  I saw the article on Facebook called Stop Comparing Yourself to Others: An Alternative to Competing with People.  Ok I get it.  No one can be me like me!  I must accept this fact and not compare myself to others and their greatness.  HA HA HA!!!

Anyway, I thought I had had something I was going to post about but apparently it's left me.  So todaly it's lunch and my little discovery.  :)  Enjoy!

2 comments:

  1. Okay, I need to take lessons from you. Your lunches always look so good! I'm trying to save money by bringing my own lunches but they are always seem so boring! I totally know what you mean about comparing yourself to other people. I do that all the time, especially when I see people who seem to have accomplished so much more than me by this time. I have to remind myself that there is a time and place for everything and that time and place is different for everybody so comparing doesn't really help me.

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  2. Dude my lunches are CRAZY! HA HA HA! I do a lot of Lean Cuisine but I prefer to bring leftovers. Lately I've been trying to make menus and then buy the stuff to make those meals and plan them so I have leftovers for lunch. Doesn't always work so of course that's where the Lean Cuisine comes in...

    Also feel you on the comparing... I do that ALL the time looking at folks who have (at least what looks like) a happy family, a great job, have traveled the globe, etc... It's so easy to be like wait we graduated together why is she a Dr. and I still don't have a degree... Yeah that totally bites... GRR. I always have to tell myself it all happens for a reason and seriously if I had pushed through school in my initial major I probably never would have left UT and then never would have met Joe which is a sad thought. Still it's rough some days so I feel you. :)

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