The morning dawdler 12th January

Rory, over at the blog earthly comforts host the morning dawdler 3 times a week, where he poses four questions, and we can choose to answer one, or all of them while we drink a cup of coffee, tea or whatever it is you like to drink!

Here are my answers to today’s questions!

What is the most important meal to your day and why?
I think my breakfast is my most important meal, because, it fills me up and gives me energy to start my day!
How many bananas do you eat a week or do you not?
About 5, I eat one most mornings, I know I probably should eat less, because I am diabetic, but I like them, and I don’t seem to have a bad reaction to them, so I keep eating them!
Do you think self-help books actually help or hinder?
I think if you believe that they will help you, then it’s more likely that you’re going to say that you were helped, because just believing something and believing in the power of something usually has the person whose doing said thing believing they’ve been helped by doing it.
Should we all be more social and not enjoy solitude so much?

No. We should enjoy solitude too. I think there is a lot to be said for just sitting quietly with a book, or listening to soft soothing music.

The Morning Dawdler – Earthly Comforts

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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