clean

After the trifecta of book club, bunco and birthday party this week I am excited to give the red wine and break and get back to my new year's clean eating. I enjoy the detox. (only because my definition of detox is only to stop eating pixies every night) I've been checking out healthy cookbooks from the library, making tofu smoothies, drinking obscene amounts of green tea and eating bowls of quinoa. Feels good. I'm slowly getting back into exercise after a 5 month battle with the bottom of my foot. That feels good too. I've been perusing the fitness boards on pinterest for inspiration but not having too much luck. The butt shot of the skinny girl in short shorts doesn't quite do it for me. I did pin some good stretches, wall exercises and smoothie recipes.

 

 

 

The house is clean too. Again, my version of clean, which here means that all the holiday stuff is away. I did spiff things up a little. I have a nice Winter wreath, some snowflakes (thanks Lisa for the idea), some twinkle lights laying around and of course the poms.

Snowflakes

4 thoughts on “clean

  1. Darci says:

    Oh great, now I want the wreath…and my store is out of stock. Hmmm, craft store run in my future. Love those snowflakes. I have them hanging in my classroom. Plant manager keeps saying I need to take them down…I just smile and keep walking.

  2. jason says:

    Might want to rethink your wording in your last post. Probably just too blissed out to recognize. :)
    “I am excited to give the red wine and break”

  3. Seanna Lea says:

    I have been doing daily exercise since the beginning of the year, and it is definitely an uphill battle. Most days I only manage walking, but it is amazing how good even the little bit I do makes me feel. Keep up the good work!

  4. Tea Lover says:

    Exercise is hard to get going on and to maintain. I find myself doing well for 3 or 4 days, then miss a day and have trouble getting back to it. And I resort to tea along with the exercise – green tea and lots of other teas, too.

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