I had high hopes that 2021 might be a much better year but it’s looking kinda iffy. With Biden coming in office making so many mandates and so much mis-information on Covid, I doubt much will change. Government wants to shut down businesses and ban travel. Bottom line, we are ruining people’s lives. But I leave that debate for another day as I try not to hash out politics I can’t change. Wait for the next election and hope people vote wiser.
But what changes for the common man, or woman in this case? Not a lot. I live a pretty quiet life. Some might call it boring but I’ve done enough in my younger years that quiet or boring is ok with me. I take care of my job, my house and my pups and that’s a good life. I get to see my sexy sister and her handsome hubby and couple times a year so that’s just icing on my cake.
One thing I hope to be able to change is how I handle my RA. Another walk in visit and it’s decided gluten is an issue so I am going to try my best to cut out gluten. Funny when I tell medical people that they are, it’s not a try, you have to do it. I do understand that it’s a food allergy just like any other and that you’re damaging your body eating it, but avoiding things like berries or certain meds is a whole lot easier than avoiding gluten. It’s in nearly everything you eat. You literally have to read every single label and do a lot of research. For instance, oatmeal is naturally gluten free so you’d think ok oatmeal is good. Nope. It’s usually contaminated with other things they process so you have to buy gluten free oatmeal which by the way costs almost twice as much. Doesn’t make sense to me that I have to pay more for it not to be cross contaminated. If I buy chicken I don’t expect it to be contaminated with fish. You don’t have to go in and ask for fish free chicken.
If you amble across this blog feel free to read along on the new endeavor. I’ll post what’s good, what’s bad and maybe even learn to like new foods. I wouldn’t bet money on the last one as I don’t like most foods. Well off to plan a make ahead gluten free breakfast.