Weeee….I won my first contest and the prize arrived last night!!
This lovely package came from the awesome Melissa from Fitness NYC! If you have not checked out her fabulous website please do so! It rocks. :D
Look at the awesome ‘quote’ card that she gave me!! I have this beside my computer screen now. :D
Included in the package: 2 awesome health bars!
- Keribar in Strawberry Chocolate Chip
- Think Organic Bar in Tropical nut
I had not tried either of these bars so I was naturally so excited! I cracked a Keribar open after dinner:
It was so. good. so. so. good!
- 130 kcals
- 6 grams protein
- 5 grams fibre
YUM! Thanks Melissa!!!
Eric and I watched The Office last night- the 1 hour special after the superbowl that we knew NOTHING ABOUT! What gives!? lol.
And oh my gosh did this episode deliver!!!!!!!!!!!!
I kept saying to Eric….imagine the people who just stumbled upon this episode after watching football….imagine what they were thinking…what the hell is this!? haha.
The opening was possibly the funniest Office moment ever. The cat!!!!! In the filing cabinet!!!!!!
Ok I will stop now. I’m sure this is highly irritating for non-Office fans (do they exist?? lol).
Breakfast was a big let down!
I added some mango and it just made the smoothie taste bitter…I don’t know, maybe the mango wasn’t ripe enough!?
- 2 organic kale leaves (1 large + 1 medium)
- 1 Tbsp flax
- 1 cup Original Almond Breeze
- 3 sprigs of Parsley
- 1/2 cup mango
- 1 large banana
I was not a fan of the mango taste in this smoothie- it was pretty tart which makes me think that the mago wasn’t ripe enough! Maybe I should have waited a few days.
See you this afternoon for another powersnack recipe revealed and a video!
PS- We have more snow this morning :( I just heard on the traffic report ‘expect to double to triple your driving time this morning’ UGH!!!!!!
PPS- Check out my Salmon Vegetable Medley featured by Meg on Bites Du Jour!!
PPPS- I was featured as a KERF model today on Kath’s site! YAY!
Perfection is a trifle dull. It is not the least of life’s ironies that this, which we all aim at, is better not quite achieved.
~W. Somerset Maugham