So here it is...
As a Mum of 3 (particularly a 16month old who STILL doesn't sleep through), a good night sleep would be bliss; 24 hours without my 3 and 5 year old fighting; a house that cleans itself; and, a snake free back yard.
Too much to ask for?...
Since none of those will fit under the tree and I have been good this year, if Santa would like to leave me something, I guess my wish list would include:
Although, I would LOVE a Newwave Thermoceft, very similar to the original Thermomix, it can chop, mix, whip, grind, mince, juice, blend, beat, heat, knead, steam and weigh food. The stand out difference for me is the price (about $800 vs $1700), and from reviews, customers seem to be just as happy with it.
So Santa if you could, that would be great!!
A cross trainer was also on my wish list but I was very lucky and Santa delivered it earlier this month.
I already have a good stash of weights and exercise bands and wanted to compliment them with a piece of cardio equipment. I am recovering from leg surgery so I needed a low impact option, which the cross trainer provides.
Cardio training is important to include in an exercise program as it is important for heart health, improved fitness levels, and helps burn energy which contributes to weight loss - I almost made it through the blog without giving a lecture =)
The cross trainer was also a good option for me as it is quiet (so can be used without waking children), has less moving parts than other equipment like a treadmill (for safety of little fingers), and is an more affordable option compared with other cardio equipment.
Halfway through this year my notebook/ laptop died and I have been grounded at our desktop. I am not very techno savvy, so have no real preference, just so long as it is portable and robust so I can take it with me while I watch the kids play, and keep you all up to date with the latest from The Kids Menu.
I know, not super exciting but I just haven't got around to getting one and my garden is getting thirsty. I have been using random bucks for my front garden and my poor vegetable garden is just plain neglected.
Nutrition and Style with Jessica Tzvetkoff (http://nutritionandstyle.com.au/)