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Hungry, peckish, famished, starving, voracious, empty, ravenous, or my favorite….hangry, whatever you call it, it happens and it’s a beast.
Who am I when I’m hungry? I’m super easily distracted even more easily annoyed. It’s not a pretty combination. But it happens. A lot.
I know my days look like pretty much ever other mom’s day. It’s not uncommon at all. My days are actually pretty tame compared to some moms days. We just have so many things to remember. So.many.things. Remembering to eat is not high on that list.
Feed the children, feed the chickens, feed the cat, do the laundry, put the laundry away, do the groceries, do the dishes, plan lessons, homeschool, keep the house looking somewhat decent, keep the children looking somewhat decent, put toys away, (um, is that a half-eaten apple in my fridge?), run a blog, run errands, yell at the kids, go to soccer practice, go to piano practice, get gas. Yell at the children, Oh wait. Did I forget to eat lunch? Whoops.
Yes. I always know when I am getting to that point. I can just feel myself getting increasingly annoyed. Luckily I can pick up SNICKERS® right at Speedway when I’m out getting gas. Look at that 2 for $3! Great deal. Ahhh. Now, that’s better.
I really like the Peanut Butter Squares SNICKERS® because you get TWO!
One for now and one for later. Or actually one for me and one for my husband is more like it. Because let’s be honest, MANgry is even worse than hangry. It’s like a man cold! 🙂 Keep it at bay. Share your SNICKERS®.
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So, who are you when you’re hungry? Are you hangry, mangry, or distracted?
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