matt grant

what's for dinner?

Anyone who says they can’t cook is lying.

Either to you or to themselves. Maybe even a bit of both.

Perhaps they don’t want to learn to cook. Perhaps they don’t want to make it a priority and would rather spend their time doing something else.

But it’s not the case that they simply cannot cook.

This is true of anything.

There’s the reason we give. And then there’s the real reason.

Any time you respond to a question ask yourself why you’re giving the answer that you are.

Is it the honest answer? Or just the answer I’m comfortable giving? Is it the true expression of how I feel? Or just an easy out?

And if there’s a discrepancy between what you’re thinking and what you’re saying, ask yourself why.

So, what’s for dinner?