Good morning! Happy Sunday to you all. Sunday is my favorite day of the week.
We are still actively keeping our social distance, but that really is not a change for me. I have said before that I honestly feel we all need one day a week to do nothing. To let our bodies and minds relax, and recharge for the coming week. I take Sunday for that.
I have a full time job outside of the house. I am a Clinical Supervisor in an extremely busy ENT office. I am currently out on furlough. I have mixed feelings about this. I am glad to be able to self isolate with my son to make sure he stays well, but I miss my patients and co-workers.
I routinely walk more than 2 miles everyday, just at work. I know my other medical professionals that read this can relate. Some of us have to run to take care of the next patient. We still get close to our patients, touch them, and treat them just as we would any other day of the year. Please stay home!! Lets do all we can to keep the spread of this virus a low as possible. And to give our healthcare workers a minute to breathe.
That is why it is so important to me that I have one day for me. To rest. To relax. To do what I want to do, instead of things that need to be done. I strive to have all of my chores and errands completed on Friday afternoons, or on Saturdays, so that I can wake up on a Sunday, have a leisurely cup of coffee, maybe sit out in the yard and soak up some Vitamin D if the weather permits.
I will make something extra nice for dinner, but then again I want to do that. How do you like to spend your Sunday?
Since it has been getting nicer out, I am in the BBQing mood. Today I will be sharing my recipe for Coleslaw. Who doesn’t love a good coleslaw with their BBQ??
- 1/2 cup mayo
- 2 Tbsp coconut sugar
- 3/4 tsp salt
- 1/2 cup oat milk
- 2 Tbsp lemon juice, fresh squeezed
- 2 Tbsp rice wine vinegar
Mix mayo with salt and sugar. Set aside
Combine milk, lemon juice, and vinegar. Let sit 5 minutes to create “buttermilk.”
Pour buttermilk into mayo mixture. Stir well.
Use as desired over shredded cabbage and carrots. The longer this dressing sits on the vegetables, the better it is!
What sides does your family like to go along with their BBQ? Leave a comment below, or connect with me on Instagram @Anges_Table