What I Wore Today: Ready For Battle!
kept everything plain, simple and loose. very laidback, just added a ton of accessories to spruce it up a bit =)
- top - daintymessy.multiply.com
- diy coral neckpiece
- dorothy perkins denims
I wanted to be as comfy as I could be for what I had to do today...which was go to my cellular phone service provider and complain. BIG TIME! For some undisclosed reason, they cut my line off during the weekend without warning and no explanation at all. All my previous bills have been paid for so it really surprised me when I couldn't make a phone call. Stress!
Anyway, I went to their outlet, got really angry, and still had to pay a certain amount so they would re-connect my line. They couldn't tell me why my bill had shot up that much, they couldn't provide a partial billing statement for me to inspect, and they were also quite rude. Actually, just this one customer service rep woman who had a huge chip on her shoulder! I have to wait until my billing next month to find out what went wrong. There is something wrong with this kind of system and I certainly hope they do something about it.
On to other things, I read on several health sites that organic eggs differ greatly from their grocery store counterpart when it comes to nutritional values. My husband recently started exercising and is doing recreational weight lifting (hahahahaha!) so he requires extra protein in his diet. Eggs are a popular option to add bulk for muscle builders but the with grocery store bought eggs is that you can't have too many of them. You risk high blood pressure, etc. So , I thought why not try organic eggs.
We get ours at DEC, it's P280/tray (30 eggs per tray), about P100 more than the grocery. A big price difference I admit but a small price to pay for my family's health. I haven't been on the "new egg" for very long so I can't really tell you if it's made a difference in my over all well-being, however, the organic egg is very different in it's physical appearance as compared to a regular egg. The shell is much thicker, the egg white more dense and the yolk has an orange tint to it with a creamy texture. Why so different right? That's gotta stand for something right? =)
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