Friday, January 13, 2012

Montignac Method: Dinner tips

Here you can see how easy it is to change to the Montignac way of eating!

I make my own hamburgers (minced meat, an egg, salt, pepper and a lot of other spices I don't know the English name for - no pre-blends!).

The kids eat it with burger bread, cheese and French fries, tomato and stuff.

We exchanged the bread, cheese and Ff with grilled mushrooms, paprika, ruccola, tomato, onion. In Montignac you can eat as much as you want to. Since you eat "right" you will still loose weight.

But don't forget - 1/2-1 apple/pear/orange or likewise 20 minutes before every meal to avoid that sugar craving after.

Loose weight, not the fun of eating! And not the sense....  By that I mean - to just stop eating kills your brain, inner organs and your looks. I promise I eat like this (and do not throw up afterwards) , and you can all see how I look. Slender. Wanna be skinny? Do it my way - by eating! Love <3

Today's make up

Stupid phone didn't put up this picture of my Friday make up, close.
It was very pretty I rhink <3

Friday the 13'th

I might perhaps look a bit dressed down today, on this Friday the 13'th, but I'm wearing a Kraftwerk T-shirt, and you can never look bad wearing Kraftwerk!


There was a 75% off sale on Guldfynd yesterday,  so I bought the kids some nice silver earings and a few bracelets that I just redone to fit their tiny wrists. They will be so happy when they see them!

I'll think I'll go back to buy some more today. I love a good bargain!

The left over pearls might become a sweet nosechain. Sweden is getting cold, and to wear a metal nosechain is not that much fun then...


Yesterday I cracked my skull open. Ouch! Bang! Darn, that new toilet cabinet!

"-Mum! Blood!"

It felt so nice and warm.

If I wasn't in such a hurry to leave the kids at school I would have let it running just to see how it would turned out. It looked so cool!


A few more pictures of the dollhouse toilet.

Today I've done no working on the house, but I did start to make a "money robot" with TeeBee.
It was his short day at daycare today.
And while I was at the dentists he had to stay at his dad's work, and he was so sweet and good behaved that one of my husband's coworkers gave him a "tip"! For that tip he wanted to buy himself a special yoghurt, and then he got some coins back and didn't wanna put them in his piggy bank so I suggested we should build a money robot. So we did!
It's not completely done, but it can eat money and the money ends up in his tummy just like TeeBee wanted. We have only the legs and the eyes left for tomorrow.
I'll take a picture of it in the morning, it turned out very well! it's made out of an After Eight box, a fluidliner box, paper and steel wire and some decorations.
It's so fun having kids and do this sort of things :)