And the last post was just where this particular blog just ended.
Without a word of a goodbye!!
Gosh that was so rude of me ... I apologise and hope to rectify that in the very near future with a resurrection of my modern style of rationing.
My only defence for the vanishing act was the sudden lockdowns and the changes they caused, and then my back breaks and a whole new way of me having to live.
But life goes on ... and so do blogs.
So ... it's time for me to dig out my books, ration, recipe and inspirational.
Re-watch some of my favourite 'how to' DVD's and generally get myself back in the mindset of shopping better, spending less and eating more in-season vegetables.
I will be back on the rations ... soon.
In the meantime I will be tweaking this blog to make it relevant to my new life now and the times we are facing with the current rising cost of living and fuel price hikes, alongside actual wars causing so much heartache in the world.
So if you think you might like to Follow along once I get this blog up and running properly why not click the Follower button on the right-hand sidebar and I will see if this is actually of interest to anyone. But I might just chatter away to myself anyway ... I'm good at that. 😀
Oh welcome back, what a delight to see you pop up in my Feedly this morning. If ever there was a time for a blog like this to be relevant it is now, looking forward to seeing what you do.ReplyDelete
I definitely need to do something, my shopping habits have gotten completely out of control just recently.Delete
I'll second that. Logging every expenditure on spreadsheets has confirmed that in August 2022 I have spent more on food than any other month in the last six years. I am not surprised, what is a shock is just how much more . . .Delete
Looking forward to some interesting postsReplyDelete
Oh gosh no pressure then ;-) You know how good I can be at waffling away!Delete
I will certainly be following, Sue. I just LOVE your blog posts whatever they relate to and rationing is certainly very useful in relation to our current issues.ReplyDelete
I'm in the very good position of not having to panic too much over the rising fuel prices, but if I can cut my food spending down I will be able to shop more for the local Foodbank, and help others to have a little bit less to worry about. Well that's my plan!!Delete
So look forward to this new/old journey. I think this will be very relevant in our current situation and could give us a few ideas on how to cope with what is coming.ReplyDelete
I'm itching to get started now, but for it to work I do have to go about things logically, well for me anyway. ;-)Delete