I’ve lost valuable time with my Facebook obsession. With all the time I’ve spent on it, dozens of books could have been written. Earlier this weekend I unpublished my Facebook profile and curtailed my time wasting there.
The result has been more time for walks with my now retired husband, more writing done, a new project I’m trying at NaNoWriMo, and rediscovering my dusty old bread machine.
(At the present moment a lovely machine made French bread is stuck in the pan.🙄)
So crusty, so heavenly scented. So. Stuck. Time to just let it cool and see if chemistry and physics do their job.
This was the 1 1/2 size loaf; thank goodness I used caution for once and started out small.
If you’d like the recipe, which isn’t mine, find it here:
I want to share a YouTube video about Evernote by DottoTech. It’s been years since I first started using Evernote and love it as a note storing, web clipping, and time saving instrument.
I love storing my research on Evernote as a way to overcome my usual disorganization.
Check out DottoTech’s Evernote video here: