I love the idea of smoothies. Always have – it’s an easy way to get your nutrition. But I have NEVER been able to make one. I try. But I either break the blender (no joke, I have broken two NutriBullets) or I make a smoothie that consists of nothing but milk and blueberries. And […]Read more "My Smoothies are the Worst"
Instagram has completely changed my yoga practice. And I have my friend Katie to thank for it. While she has now become a yoga instructor herself, this was not the case when she first turned me on to the world of Instagram yoga it was by inviting me to join her in a challenge. We were […]Read more "Yoga and Instagram"
My husband and I had an appointment in Chelsea today so naturally I had to swing by Doughnut Plant. I shared the doughnuts with my mom – who only says “those are good” as she basically swallows them whole. So I apologize that this is quite one sided. That said, I honestly can’t imagine that […]Read more "Doughnut Plant, I’ve Missed You So…"
This summer was a rough one for me, I won’t lie. Emotionally, physically – financially. My British half won’t allow me to delve too deeply into the emotional (or financial) side of things. Sufficient to say, I indulged in some self-pity and am now trying to pull myself back out. My daughter has Autism. She […]Read more "It’s Good to Have a Routine"
I need to get back into the groove. With working out. With blogging… Let’s start with eating some doughnuts, shall we. Best way to dip my toe in the water. I have never been able to catch the Lavender doughnuts at Doughnut Plant. They are only ever offered for a short time and I always […]Read more "Lavender Doughnuts"
When I was first nominated for the Leibster Award, I really had no idea what it was. I wondered how my humble little blog could have been nominated for anything. Thanks to “The Google” I learned that it was something given from one blogger to another. How lovely. The same is true here as Audrey […]Read more "The Sunshine Award (Blogger to Blogger)"
Last week Sunday I felt super dizzy in Bikram class. In a room heated to 104 °F with a humidity level of 40%, it’s not exactly unusual to feel that way. But then I started getting tunnel vision and as we came out of compression postures, my limbs felt more tingly than usual. I was […]Read more "Dehydration"