What’s for dinner?

 At the dog park—while our dogs are doing weird things—the humans always want to know, “What’s for dinner?”

Everyone else says things like beef brisket, roasted chicken, chicken piccata, burgers, pot pie, stir fry!

I say oatmeal or eggs. Everyone looks at me pitifully. They are worried I’m nutritionally deficient and sometimes bring me large Tupperware containers of meat—which despite the fact I’m not a big meat eater, I’m grateful for (and then usually feed to Cannoli).

I make the oatmeal a bunch of different ways: sweet with walnuts, raisins, cinnamon and pumpkin—or savory with salt, pepper, peas, olive oil and Parmesan. Or I make eggs with veggies or smoked salmon. There’s enough variety to keep me happy without driving me crazy. Heck, I might start wearing the same thing every day too…just to see what happens.

The point?

If you want to eat ______ every night for dinner, you have my full support. Because I think when we simplify the other stuff, it helps us be even better at what really matters to us!

Want to simplify content-creation? I got you.


P.S. Here are some cool ideas for savory dinner oats.

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