Good afternoon gorgeous!
Want to hear 2 Pearls of Wisdom my coworker said to me today:
1) “Geeze you are eating already and it’s not even 11am?? Are you pregnant or something?”
2) “You mean you actually believe Eric when he tells you that you are the most beautiful girl in the world??”
My coworker is very sarcastic and sometimes the things he says to me really get to me! Argh.
I must say I need to work on my ability to be able to ‘shake things off’ and not think about mean comments that people sometimes say. My question to you all is:
How do you forget things that have been said to you? Are you good at this or bad at this?
I keep telling myself 2 days….. 2 freaking days! :D
Today’s afternoon powersnack comes from the lovely Diana!
My afternoon power snack is usually eaten while I catch up on my favourite blogs! Therefore I took the shot in front of my computer. This snack gives me an afternoon pick-me-up and doesn’t weigh me down or make me sluggish!”
- 1/2 tbsp Ground Flax Seed
- Handful of Raisins
- Handful of Goji Berries
- Chopped Almonds
- 2 Honey Dates Chopped
- 1/2 Cup of Cottage Cheese
Mix it all up and enjoy. The dates really add a sweet flavour – some people may choose to omit. I like them! These measurements probably make 2 servings but I was feeling extra hungry today and ate it all! Haha! I have added two pictures – one of the ingredients that were added to the Cottage Cheese and 1 of the finished product!
And might I add what gorgeous pictures! Thanks Diana! :)
By the way- I snuck a slice of my Honey Raisin Banana Pumpkin Bread this morning as I was packing Eric’s lunch (He’s so spoiled isnt he!) and it was even better the next day!!! It was sooooo uber moist and delicious! Next time I may try eliminating the oil and replacing it with applesauce too. This bread is a sure winner though. :D
See you tonight for a special edition of FAQ’s!
The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it’s the same problem you had last year.
LOVE this quote!!!
Remember- Insanity is repeating the same behaviour and expecting different results!