The dice man’s approach to dinner?

Have you ever stopped to think how easy it is to get yourself into a rut? To do the same things, in the same way? Day in, day out?

And to automatically snap back at a reflection like mine that, darn it, that’s how life is. A long list of things to do, places to be, routines to be followed.

Well, yes, to same extent.

But, no, it doesn’t always have to be like this.

So is there something you can do this week to inject a spot of the unexpected?

Count to ten as you walk round a library or bookstore then stop and pick up the first book you set your eyes on. Open your address book at random and call whoever’s name you happen to see. At the supermarket find two unusual items for dinner, whose names start with your initials.

Life can be better when some things are left to chance. (However if you attempt the supermarket challenge above, please do yourself a favour and steer clear of the cleaning items aisle.)

5 thoughts on “The dice man’s approach to dinner?

  1. Love it. I used to do that at the library and found some excellent new authors to try. Not sure about the supermarket challenge but was thinking about trying a ‘treat’ a day – Maybe the dice is a good idea to choose which one. Thanks.

  2. Changing your routine helps, try brushing your teeth with your left hand, take a different route to work, have your breakfast before you get dressed or vice versa, your brain gets stimulated when you do something different.

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