This time of year I try to be in the kitchen more than ever. I have made the best of this ‘fast pace environment’ by writing, baking, and cooking. I have been known to stop by the stove a bit too much, but it is worth it. I am really looking forward to the upcoming year.
Good news: This year is going to be my favorite, and I will be baking a lot more often. Bad news: I will be taking a few days off from the blog.
I’m not sure if this is going to be good or bad, but I know that I am going to be making more cookies.
There was a time when I would think of cooking as a chore. I would take a few minutes out of my day and make something nice for dinner. Now, I have a job that I don’t mind spending time on because the things I am cooking are delicious as well as healthy for my body. It’s also very relaxing. I have never been a part of a project that took so many hours to complete because I was too busy cooking and baking.
The “fast paced” part of our work is important because it lets us do the things we love to do. We cook to relax, to have fun, to have a special time with our family, to have an excuse to visit with our friends, to create memories, to have our voices heard, and to be able to express our creativity.
When you first start a project, you can find this as frustrating as it is exciting, but the quicker the better. It’s as if your brain is the one that is trying to tell your body to slow and stop. It’s like a roller coaster, or an acceleration machine. You can go fast or slow but your brain will always try to get you to go faster.
With this in mind, we’re here today to tell you that there is a little secret to speed development and speed painting. When you’re putting on the paint, your brain is not trying to slow you down, it is trying to tell your body to slow itself down. When you are painting, you are not slowing yourself down, you are slowing down your body. The paint on the surface of your wall is not slowing you down.
I believe my brain is doing this, as I have noticed that a lot of the time when I am painting a project I am moving more slowly than I want to. This is definitely due to the fact that I am getting used to working in a faster pace. And if you are doing a painting project with an older paint, the results will be different. I have found that when I am painting in quick bursts that I am painting better on my walls.
For the last two years we’ve been using a paint called M.A.N.D.E. that was specifically created for us to solve this problem. It is a two-part system, one that applies for the entire surface and one that is applied to the edges of the surface. The system is so well suited to the look of our house that we are using it every day for paint.
M.A.N.D.E. is a special brand of latex paint that has been specially formulated to work best on our walls and ceilings. It is a good paint for covering all the surfaces that are subject to moisture, so it doesn’t affect our wooden floors or cabinets. The problem is that M.A.N.D.E.