I’m a day late but…here we go!
Yesterday was spent in the kitchen but our meals are prepped for the week. We’ll probably end up making one more meal by Thursday because Mike is going to start lifting weights again tonight! When you lift more, you eat more. (Woo hoo! I got my workout buddy back!)
We did some taste testing last night and Harper’s favorite meal so far is the udon. For her, I cut up plain updon (without the red pepper) and squeezed lemon juice on the noodles with a little bit of lo-so soy sauce. She could not get enough of it. Our goal is to expose her to many different types of food so that her palate is diverse. She eats what we eat and rarely refuses what we offer. I still cant get her to eat butternut squash though.
I’ll do my best to photograph our meals next week but after cooking all day with a sprained wrist…pictures were not on my mind. Ha!
The more I read the news, the angrier I get. I’m
pissed irritated with companies that decide to use chemicals and meat that isn’t fit for human consumption in their food products that are consumed by humans. What the huh?! While I may not eat at those places, other people who are on health journeys go there. And take their children! I cringe at the thought of The Biggest Loser competitors eating those subs because they were told they were healthy options. Just no.
For the past few months, I’ve been looking into holistic living. Today, I’m not prepared to dive into the lifestyle head-on because its a lot of work. Totally worth it in my opinion…but baby steps. Remember, a lifestyle change does not happen overnight its a process.
I’m armed with recipes and psyched for our next trip to the market. Its time to whip up some body butter and conditioner. Oh, food too!
Once recipes have been tested…I’ll share them with y’all! I already have a couple of DIY hair moisturizers ready to be photographed.
Go stalk my progress on bodyspace and add me if you have an account!