Panasonic Breadmaker I recommend

I’m guilty of buying new things that I use a couple of times then they end up getting dustier and dustier and eventually end up in a cupboard. One of these “things” is a bread maker. I bought it a couple of years ago when I was feeling inspired- and used it three times probably. A bit of a waste. Another goal of mine with this blog is to look around in my home and think about what I already have. Yes perhaps materialistic and privileged for some- but that’s another different story. How many of us get convinced to buy something, use the new gadget, or thing, a few times then when motivation seeps away or we get distracted- stop using it?! Well I’m guilty! So today I’m using my bread-maker. I can’t promise I will post pictures of what the loaf will look like but this is another start for me. To stop and think and to use what I have and be grateful for it.

I’ll post the ingredients and the how to make this particular loaf once it’s finished. Fingers crossed it’ll come out similar to what it’s supposed to but you know what- I will start using this bread maker regularly and share with you so hopefully I can start share amazing looking bread and cakes on this blog as well! It’s pretty simple to use- just mix all ingredients and select the appropriate programme. Just go for it- I recommend. Live life now!

I will make this my 4th challenge actually. To look into what I already have in my home and use it: gadgets, make-up, beauty products, shoes in a cupboard, that old jacket and so on. Then it might make me realise that I can actually give what I don’t use and need, away. So all in all a very good exercise.

Published by livelivingnow

Convinced it’s the small things in life that we need to focus on to ensure we live a happy life. Love sharing experiences and recommendations and starting to understand that positivity is very contagious!

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