Great to hear so much positivity about the Old Clothes Challenge. I want to address the fact that this isn’t a “diet” and I have no intentions to ever deprive myself (heck, I live in wine country!). The size that is the healthiest is the size you feel the best and most comfortable at. It has nothing to do with the scale (I haven’t been on a scale since last October) and nothing to do with depriving yourself of anything you are craving. I fully intend on enjoying dinners out, chocolate and red wine. It’s like I always say….everything in moderation! 😉
This morning I worked at the studio and hung out with the super cute babies at the “Mommy and Me” class. This one went right to sleep in my arms..adorable. However, she lacked such nice fur like my Dexter who keeps me warm at night 😉
I packed a sandwich and some snap peas and grapes with me because I was apartment hunting after. Turkey/laughing cow/mustard on TJ’s quinoa bread:
Yep, I said apartment hunting. I’m planning on moving to Santa Rosa in the near future to be closer to friends, yoga and Trader Joe’s. My gas tank just does not like all the back and forth driving I do every day and even though I luuuuuurve Healdsburg, I want to be a little closer to civilization. A girl gets really tired of driving 15 miles for almond butter…what can I say? 😉
Snack was an apple and a hard boiled egg before I headed out on an hour bike ride, which was more slow and scenic than anything else. I rode down a new route through Alexander Valley and the views were breathtaking!
Thanks, hipstamatic. 😉
And, I think I have discovered the perfect post-workout drink!
Love, love, LOVE! A big thank you to the awesome folks at Vibranz for hooking me up with some samples to review. Vibranz is a brand new locally made Kombucha and features awesome flavors like chai, peach passionfruit and blood orange. I had my doubts about chai Kombucha but this was fan-freakin-tastic. A little gingery and spicy and totally yummy. I can’t wait to try some other flavors and I always love to support local businesses. Expect to see more of this to come!
We had a communal bbq in the backyard this evening. My neighbor was grilling chicken kabobs with pineapple, tomatoes, onion and bell peppers. I brought over a bag of frozen sweet potato fries ’cause I’m classy like that. 😉 However, there was a little problem with the grill and not much chicken actually cooked. What I had was delicious though!