Bed –> Reading –> 8 hours of sleep –> Emails –> –> Shower –> Breakfast –> Here I am again!
I’m gardening this afternoon, so I took a shower first thing. My it feels nice to be clean
Last night I prepped some overnight oats –
Stirred together last night:
- 1/3 cup raw rolled oats
- 1/3 cup skim milk
- 1 container Stonyfield Pumpkin Pie!
This morning I added:
- Half a banana
- Handful grapes
- ~1 tbsp salty peanuts
- ~2 tbsp Mix My Granola
- Small spoonful MaraNatha AB
As much as I LOVE the SF Pumpkin Pie, the oats were not as doughy as they are with plain yogurt.
Coffee was kind of a disaster. I used my hand-held french press so Matt could use the big one and again, got grounds all in my mouth. I think I am filling it too high for the plunger. So I strained the coffee in a colander and then stole some of Matt’s too. It wasn’t very good 🙁
Over the years you guys have asked if there was an easy way to save my recipes and/or print them. My answer> was always to copy and paste into a Word doc and print. But that is annoying and wastes trees. Since I learned about it at BlogHer ’08, I’ve been using SpringPad to save recipes I find around the blogosphere. Using a special clipper button that you drag to your bookmarks bar of your browser, you can highlight a recipe and "Spring It’ and Springpad will capture the text, images and original URL to your Springpad site so you can access the recipe for later – or print it out. Pretty cool, and pretty handy! You can also use Springpad for saving categories of things in all aspects of live – meal planning, vacation planning, Christmas lists, etc.
So recently SpingPad introduced a new "Save It" button that enables bloggers like me to embed some code into my post and make it even easier for you guys to save and print recipes. It looks like this:
And the recipe pages look like this!
Here’s a link to my profile page, where I think you can see all of the recipes I’ve done already and can save them yourself: KathEats.
I’ve begun the process of adding this button to recipes on my sidebar. You can see it here, and here, and here:
Gather: For The Nutrients
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I am off to explore JingProject.com. If it works, I will have some awesome Gmail videos to share!