Happy Halloween everyone!

I was super late last month, so I wanted to redeem myself by getting my post out on time this month. This month has been a huge learning curve for me. It has been super busy and crazy, as usual. I spent most of it doing statistics, but the good news is I am starting to get the hang of it. I feel more comfortable doing the analyses now, and I have started keeping good notes of what I am doing so I can go back when needed.

Besides statistics, I conducted a few focus groups with another friend and attended an UCL behaviour change workshop, both of which have been very helpful. There was also a sad happening this month which left me feeling down for a couple of days, but I am reluctant to write about here at this stage. I am trying not to think about it for now because I know I should be focusing on the positive things. Other than that, it has been a pretty good mix of quantitative and qualitative work.

In other news, I went to Parramatta Lanes and made a cake for daddy’s birthday.

Here are all my October eats 🙂 I just noticed the lack of variety in my food while uploading these photos; looks like I had more of the same!

Aspagarus, prawn and mushroom stir-fry

Broccoli, snow pea and mushroom stir-fry

Dukkah pumpkin, chickpea and tuna salad

Snow pea, capsicum and tofu stir-fry

Roasted dukkah potatoes, beans and chicken

Potato, cauliflower and chicken lasagne

Eggplant, zucchini and tomato curry

Okra, snow pea and asparagus stir-fry

Asparagus, capsicum and pumpkin curry

Sultana, almond and spiced crystallised ginger cake (click here for recipe)

Spiced cauliflower, salmon and brown rice

Zucchini spaghetti, mushroom and chicken

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