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So... My Fridge.

Tuesday, April 05, 2011

I have a great photo of the inside of my fridge. From last year.

I would like to say it doesn't look much different right now - and it doesn't really except for the butter. And less vege (but I did just make healthy fried rice for 6 people and it is shopping day tomorrow!!).

So why is the butter so significant?

Hi. My name is Anna and I am a stress baker. And part-time stress eater.

When I feel stressed I feel the need to create and control and my outlet is baking. Haha I am such a freak!! But boys love me (there is always fresh baking haha). However it is not all fun and games as I am also a perfectionist. I stress if it is not perfect - which makes me bake more!!

Seriously now, baking 6 hours a day, - 3 or 4 different goodies a day is out of control.

Now before this descends (further) into mad housebound law student/mother drama I have not been "over"eating my own baking, but it has changed the inside of my fridge and I am most happy when my fridge looks like this.

So...to eliminate stress baking for good (or at least until priorities are back into a healthy balance) I intend to make one more batch of hot cross buns and then channel my need to be creative into healthy meals and my study, and my need to control into self-control with exercise and keeping within my calorie range.

I will beat this addiction to baking. One day at a time.
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    This sounds like a really, really good plan. How has it been going? *hugs*
    3649 days ago
    Addiction to baking. Wow. I'd be in serious trouble with that addiction. You seem to manage it pretty well, Anna!

    Yum, hot cross buns! I bet the boys do love your buns.
    3649 days ago
    I don't know how you have time between being a mom and studying and all. Cook something new and healthy today. Good luck!
    3663 days ago
    3663 days ago
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