I woke up without an inkling of hunger this morning (maybe because I enjoyed a cookie after posting last night!?) and decided to hit the pavement while I had the urge to run. ‘Twas a good one! My Garmin battery died not a mile in, so I don’t know how far or long I ran, but I was pooped by the end. I’m guessing from past runs it was about 6 miles.
After a shower, I was ready to eat!
Daisy Cottage Cheese sent me a half-year supply to review yesterday!! I heart cottage cheese, especially with pumpkin in oatmeal (mmm…putting that on the “to-make” list) and my newest invention was Cottage Cheese Tuna Salad. I’ll be eating a lot of it these next few weeks!! So please note that if you see cottage cheese, it came as a free sample from Daisy.
Daisy is sponsoring a Freshen Up Your Fridge contest to encourage folks to replace unhealthy foods in their house with fresh, all-natural ones. A grand prize winner wins a year’s supply of cottage cheese, a Whirlpool fridge and a visit from an RD (hey, that could be me someday!)
Looks like my fridge is already freshened!
Daisy went into breakfast –
- ~3/4 a cup of 2% Daisy cottage cheese sprinkled with cinnamon
- ~1/2 cup Quaker Oatmeal squares
- Yesterday’s other half grilled peach
- Some malted barley (which is so good and crunchy, but kind of hard on the teeth 🙁 )
- A few cinnamon almonds
- A dollop of Ginger Rhubarb preserves
- A dollop of Naturally Nutty Chocolate Butter Toffee peanut butter
I promise there was cottage cheese on the bottom! I really liked the Daisy kind, which I’d never had before. It had none of that sour fat-free taste that some have and was super creamy. I have some 4% to try too, which I imagine will be even creamier.
+ Tazo Chai tea
Here’s a message from my friend Snakey who is very smart:
If folks are still seeing the old blog, it’s probably because the Domain Name Servers (DNS) they are using haven’t been updated yet. Most of the time, the default settings are to go to your ISP’s [internet provider’s] DNS locations and ISPs suck at updating theirs sometimes. I use OpenDNS, it’s free, they are secure and I have had nothing but great success with them. Here’s how to get set up using them:
I say or you can call your ISP and tell them to update them for you!
Today’s to-do list is short but loaded:
Hope to have at least 2/3 done by lunchtime!