I have to brag for a minute and say that I have been kicking my To-Do list straight in the booty today!
Train clients Go grocery shopping Dr’s appointment Workout(sharing a kick-butt circuit workout with ya’ll soon!) Laundry – half way crossed off because it’s in progress Bank accounts moved over(we changed banks) Power point and presentation created
- Workout video edited
- Circuit workout created
Yowza! I’m going to try and keep going until 4:30 (aka, quittin’ time) and then I’m going to pour myself a big ol’ glass of wine
Also, if you note that last one there – I am giving a presentation to my local Multiple Sclerosis chapter next week.
I have a specialization in exercise and MS and was asked to present for this month’s meeting! I’m 90% excited and 10% nervous
A Conquered Fear
Like many of you, I am all for eating super foods. When it comes to foods that pack in the nutrients, vitamins, aminos, and omegas, sign me up! However, there’s been one food on that list that I’ve always been extremely afraid to try:
I’ve had that tin in my pantry for MONTHS. I guess I always just think about opening it and having teeny tiny little fish with their fish eyes staring back at me. *sudder*
I bought it after hearing how jam-packed they are with omega-3’s. Every day when I go to make lunch, I eye them, and then push them farther back in the lazy susan.
Dun, dun, dun…
Lo and behold, they looked like regular little fillets! It was still kinda creepy, but I topped them on a salad anyway.
Verdict? So good! These particular sardines were packed in olive oil, so I got double the dosage of omegas Plus, the olive oil provided a little flava.
They pretty much taste like canned tuna, which I’m a big fan of.
And speaking on canned tuna, check out the deal I scored at Kroger today…
This canned wild-caught albacore tuna is usually $3.99 a can, and I scored them for $1.74! Holler.
OK, back to work. I’m hoping to cross those last two off my list by 4:30!! Wish me luck
Have a good evening!
What’s one food you’re afraid to try?
What’s one food you were afraid to try forever, until you actually tried it?