My favorite day of the week….SUNDAY.
Last night was my first experience at Supercross. It was nothing like I have ever experienced. It actually was super cool, and although I was in and out of passing out, (exhausted from a full day of clients) but non the less, very exciting, different evening:)
My body decided to sleep in till 7 am this morning. I know, weird. I had to head over to the parental unit’s house today to pick up willy, and of course to hang with the folks & BBQ:) not too much planned for today,precisely why I love Sundays…it’s a free for all. I started off with my ritual cup of espresso and almond milk, so creative…lol.
As I looked in my fridge looking for what I should stuff in my Vitamix, I realized I had absolutely nothing! No kale, no chard, No NOthin.
So even though the forecast called for rain, I took my cozy lil ass on to the farmers market.
Turned out to be a gorgeous morning, with a few rays is sunshine.
Hiiiiiiiiii, yes, I stocked up. Homegurrrrl went nuts.
I never go there with a list, obviously. Too many goods to limit myself, so I watch myself by only bringing 2 recyclable bags with me.
I came home with some beautiful fruits and veggies.
– rainbow chard
– Fuji apples
– persimmons( last batch of the season)
– green onions
– sweet potato
– Japanese cabbage
– crimson grapes
All organic, and at very great prices.
Check out these sweet carrots. These would be perfect as a side dish. They are stunning in flyover and color.
Really, the main reason why I rushed to the farmer’s so early, was because I wanted to make a green protein smoothie. So as soon as I got home and organized…. I made my tummy happy.
I did a little something different this time.
I added pinches of:
Tumeric: a natural anti inflammatory
Cayenne: speeds up metabolism, lowers blood pressure, and helps circulation.
Ginger: aids in gastrointestinal issues
A small persimmon
A bit funny, but really good.
While shopping around, I came across this great little antique/vintage shop that carried soooooo many amazing things! I wanted to go home with everything!
I dropped my grocery bags and practically ran toward these fab items.
Vintage bottle holder with glass bottles…had to buy.
And a great dish with silverware, which I thought would be great for some food shots!
Ughhhhhhh, aren’t they precious!?
I just had to share. Sometimes, when you’re least looking, huh? 😉
Today, was a very special day…. I finally cleaned, and organized my fridge. I would of shown you a before pic, but it was just too embarrassing. I mean, it’s not like it was a hoarder pig fridge or anything, it just was a mess. Like a MESS.
so she she is, all pretty, and clean.
It’s amazing how much more you can fit in there, once you throw out all the weird, random shit you don’t need.
I didn’t need 5 different kinds of mustard. Really.
I promise, it’ll help you and encourage you to eat better and cleaner:)
It was definitely detoxifying…
After my Sunday shopping, I headed to sunday ZUMBA and got my dance on:) I had naughty foods last night so I figured, he’ll, lets burn some of that shit off. After class, sweaty n all, I headed over to the folks house, and got ready for a meat-eaters lunch…
Argentinian ribs, chorizo, and salad with chimichurri. The bomb.com.
The rents. The cutest. We love our Sunday bbq’s. Dad’s a master on the grill btw.
I get so hungry after I workout. Protein galore.
Excuse my inner carnivore.
After lunch, mom and I ran errands. Of course hit up our fave, Tj Maxx 😉
Yes, we are maxinistas;)
Hung out at home and laid low.
We were gonna go see Les Miserables, but, when I saw it was almost 3 hrs long…. I changed my mind. I probably would’ve passed out in the theater. That’s just too long to be sitting in there, I’m sorry.
Dinner was some local Thai food. I literally haven’t eaten Thai since I was actually in Thailand, which was in April. Ridiculous. My craving was gnarly, so I dragged mom, who had never tried Thai food, to a great little spot in town. It was delicious.
Now, in a food coma, it’s time for my bed. Up early mañana for a hike with my girl, Jules.
7:30 a.m to be precise.
A LITTLE FOOD FOR THOUGHT: