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What little things are helping to get through this?

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Tuemay Thu 18-Jun-20 11:14:16

I am going to try and focus on the positives.

For us, we have had a takeaway every weekend.
We normally only have one once a month or so, but we are trying to support local businesses and also treat ourselvesgrin

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HoneyBee03 Thu 18-Jun-20 12:34:03

We've started ordering really nice, freshly ground coffee from a small, independent business. It definitely gets me out of bed in the morning!

frozendaisy Thu 18-Jun-20 12:49:17

Chocolate soya milk

Tuemay Thu 18-Jun-20 13:13:00

HoneyBee03

We've started ordering really nice, freshly ground coffee from a small, independent business. It definitely gets me out of bed in the morning!

Oh that is another one I have done! So much nicer isn't it!

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Tuemay Thu 18-Jun-20 13:13:27

frozendaisy

Chocolate soya milk

Does is taste like soya still?

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WildSkitty Thu 18-Jun-20 13:16:21

Joe Wicks.
Diet coke.

puffinkoala Thu 18-Jun-20 13:33:17

I've also been ordering nice coffee online.

happystory Thu 18-Jun-20 13:54:57

Jigsaws

mamakoukla Thu 18-Jun-20 13:58:28

A daily music offering on another forum. It’s like an advent calendar of joy and helped me so much especially in March-May

fififorgetmenotforgot68 Thu 18-Jun-20 13:59:30

Sewing hand or machine keeps me sane whilst on furlough

frozendaisy Thu 18-Jun-20 16:08:51

Does is taste like soya still?
Yes a bit

But chocolate oat milk doesn't, oatly is by far the best option so much better than moo milk it's not as sweet, need to shake the carton before you pour (can also be heated up for hot chocolate delight on stormy evenings) I actually prefer chocolate oat milk but am trying to add natural oestrogen to my diet hence the soya. And therein lies almost everything I know about chocolate plant milks!

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