#TuesdayThoughts: The smallest adjustments.

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First #ChatTuesday, “Broken wheel holidays.” And now Tuesday.

It’s very sunny today, and a little less cold which is a weird way to say it when you think that it means the temperature is a higher number. Or maybe I’m thinking about it too much.

I do that.

But at least it’s not below zero, so that’s a plus. Get it?

A plus?

I’m weird today. I mean weirder than usual. I got a decent amount of sleep, that must be why.

Anyway yesterday I set out to clean out the fridge and make granola and I am pleased to tell you I did both. I mean I took out the shelves and the glass from the shelves and the drawers and the effort was worth it, in the end.

The granola, on the other hand, is very easy, you just mix the stuff together in a bowl and then bake it on parchment (key: parchment), stirring once halfway through. And it’s so good in my yogurt.

Since I took out that shelf in my cabinet with my baking pans, it’s made it so much easier. I made caramel nut bars and a very simple fudge, and it was nothing to find the pans I needed, versus when they were all stacked. For the granola, big baking pan out, big baking pan in, all without removing other pans to get to them.

The smallest adjustments can make a difference. And you don’t have to do them all at once. One thing at a time. They add up.

Anyway that’s it for me today. Have a wonderful Tuesday.

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