Thanks . Yeah but we have a lot of holidays and in this office people always bring stuff like that when it's their birthdays or someone is leaving or someone came back from abroad or just because... it really doesn't matter. Rosh Hashanah is actually easier for me to avoide because I don't eat honey unless it's organic and fair towards the bees . The mass production of it is really cruel. So the honey I buy is expensive and from small local harvesters. And I need to save money this year so I decided not to buy any.Courage for the no-sugar challenge, it sounds like trying to do it at Easter or Christmas!
I looked it up to check the active susbtance (you can take this wolf out of the pharmacy but can't take the pharmacy out of this wolf ) , it is a vasocontrictor, and in France this kind of rhinite treatment is now being much less used, even a bit avoided, because of the risk of systemic effect. But yeah, used to be fairly common (and isn't forbiden, just less prescribed and less recommended).
I probably made it seem worse than it is. I can ask my parents for more help, it's not like I don't have a financial back but I don't want to unless I have absolutely no other choice. I did spend more than I should have lately and sort of forgot that I don't only have rent but a new apartment that needs paying tenants. The mortgage is not horrible hut still substantial. And between Chelsea and my grandad passing away I let myself wollow for too long.I'm sorry to hear about your financial difficulties. When I worked in the office, there were food days...an entire table of snacks right outside my cube!
This is just a form of shortcut to the links.