Read how Abby still enjoys breakfast when rushing & her thoughts about going straight to the weekend.
Those weekend breakfasts are heavenly.
"Mornings of Breakfast" tells us your routine for breakfast.
I must say drinking a hot cup of soup in the car because you're in a rush, doesn't sound that bad.
Actually it sounds quite soothing on a cold winter day.
But those weekends sound heavenly. I'm with you....Let go straight to the weekend.
Wonderful write. I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
I agree Abby and Brenda. Those weekend breakfasts sound great!
Nice work Abby. When you work and have kids at school, breakfast can be a rush. Soup for breakfast is great especially during cold winter days.
Thanks for sharing, Brenda.
by John Coviello 9 years ago
I understand that on weekends people aren't sitting in front of their computers as much, so there are less searches and less hub views, but why does taffic to hubs dlow down on friday? Are that many people working a four day week, or is there some other reason. Any tips on how to boost...
by optimus grimlock 12 years ago
latly its been hard to do my cardio in the afternoone so I'm switching it to mornings. When do you guys do your cardio?
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