So, zazzle.com nixed my first attempt at creating a Doctor Who
-themed running shirt, on the grounds that it violated copyright. It's a fair cop, though I thought they might let me get away with it as a one-off. (I really liked the tag line I'd come up with for the back: "Team TARDIS: Running throughout Time and Space since 1963.") I wonder if the BBC has thought about the possibilities of Whovian workout gear.
Speaking of Whovian things, BBC iPlayer is replaying Toby Hadoke's excellent Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf
. I've been told that even non-Whovians find it funny.
I stumbled across a new food site called Plummelo
. It lets you create a personalized online "Recipe Box" and save recipes from other websites (like foodnetwork.com and epicurious.com) to it. Although what I'm really interested in playing with is the ability to create meal plans and shopping lists. I've never been much of a meal planner before, but I'm getting less fond of regularly finding myself leaving work midweek with no idea of what I'm going to make for dinner and the knowledge that I have nothing in the fridge but a block of feta cheese, half a packet of baby spinach, and a jar of natural peanut butter.
Do you plan your meals, or just wing it? And do you use any particular tools to plan?