Watch Food Revolution Clean up house Quick shower Grocery shopping + walk on the greenway (if rain holds off) Lite lunch Pack lunch
- HOT YOGA!!
- Shrimp + grits with Karen
+ Make hummus!
This morning I boiled some chickpeas I had soaked overnight and put about 3 cups in the FP
Plus 1 tbsp each of curry, honey, turmeric, Garlic Gold oil, Garlic Gold Nuggets and lemon –
Plus a tbsp of coconut butter and coconut flakes each
Top with more coconut. It’s quite garlicky, but tastes great!
A bit tough to get the lid on!
Matt and I vetoed grocery shopping because we felt we had enough of what we needed.
After massively cleaning the kitchen again (and packing // blogging my lunch for tomorrow) Matt and I went for a 30 minute walk and talked all things vacations. We might go on an overnight trip for our wedding anniversary coming up next month! And on July 2, the day after I’m finished with my internship, we’re joining my whole family for a week at the beach. I. Cannot. Wait.
I’m not sure what’s up with my leg. It feels more like a pulled muscle than an injury. But I can’t really massage it? It’s still behind the knee- almost really the top of my calf muscle? Odd. It bothers me when I do strange moves like vacuuming and I tried to run on our walk and could feel it then too. I wonder if it’s not a running injury but something I might have done at yoga or standing all day at work with locked knees and running just made it worse? Regardless, I’m still laying off of the running (and perhaps I should lay off of housework!) and looking forward to a deep yoga stretch shortly.
After our walk I was hungry for lunch and wanted something light before yoga.
I had just a little bit of coconut butter left and filled it up with a mango-strawberry smoothie!
The Smoothie Vita-Mix
- 2/3 cup frozen strawberries
- 1/2 cup fresh mango
- 2/3 cup vanilla hemp milk
- 1/2 cup water
- 1/2 packet Vega Berry
- ~6 almonds (which I don’t think I could taste and forgot about until just now!
Is it obvious that I have a granola obsession?
I’m actually trying to use up my granolas – I’ve had some in stock forever! My final sample is a Bob’s Red Mill Natural Granola. It was a great one to end on!! Totally crunchy with large clusters and a wonderful buttery taste.
I also nibbled on the mango skins and pit!
Might not seem like a big lunch, but energy wise it was probably plenty much!
Off to sweat at yoger! Naturally.