Running Buffet is away (again)

Around this time last year I took an enforced break from blogging. And I am doing it again.

Running Buffet is taking a holiday; well, the blog is, at least. I, on the other hand, will be busy as a bee. A bee with a lot of plates spinning, if you will permit me to mix my metaphors quite so terribly. There is some DIY with my name on it (quite literally if Mrs RB gets her way – I spotted her marching off towards the spare room with a marker pen and a determined look on her face), plus I have some other, important things that I need to get out of the way in the next couple of weeks. So it feels as though it is a good time to pause, hold, engage… no, hang on, that’s the rugby… it feels as though it is a good time to pause, get some stuff out of the way and then get back into blogging with renewed gusto.

Like James Bond, or that nasty itch that you just can’t budge, Running Buffet will be back. And soon; we’re only talking a few weeks at most. But I didn’t want you to worry. There is no need to send out a search party.

I am not leaving you empty handed however. You may remember that I have divided up my Right Thing exploration into individual layers; the easier to dissect the different things that make up the confusing world of food and drink. There are many, many things that I have not yet had the opportunity to look into under my first layer – the Right Thing for me and my health – but it feels like it is time for a change. When Running Buffet returns, we will stepping up a layer to have a look at layer number two, so this is an ideal moment to summarise some of the things I have learned about me and my health.

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, so I will sign off (for now) with a picture. Running Buffet’s first infographic no less.

Layer 1 infographic

Please don’t forget to check out the Right Thing link at the top of the page to find out more about what I have decided are the Right Things to do for me and my health. The above guidelines are based on the recommended intake for an adult, so I would recommend checking the correct levels for you – you will find links to supporting information in all of my Right Thing blog posts.