Racked up a perfect 24-point day today on Daily Dozen, my first one in April. Noticed I was coming close lacking one fruit, grabbed a small banana, and that put me over the top.
breakfast the current stand-by
lunch stir-fry tofu, broccoli, carrot, bok choy, red onion, shitake and brown beech mushrooms, kale, bean sprouts
supper with HRH peppers bean and onion dish over rice, banana
thinking how I might make it a "string" of two days in a row. Not sure. toddlerC will be here and has a tendency to make grandma eat absentmindedly.
Lynlee, the look of that package is not something I've seen, although we have that brand. I'll ask store managers - I am never shy about finding out!
Swimming - what fun!
Did a cardio workout from Den ise Aus tin. Hadn't "seen" her in a while and she's so peppy, it looked colorful, so why not. I do notice about her the things that have bothered me in the past re: her cue-ing is either late or early. All in all, though, I can see why she's been a constantly popular workout teacher, always so enthusiastic and encouraging, and brings her additional focus of elevating mood. Went to her web site just to take note and I'm glad (since we are less than a year apart) she's got lots going on, new workouts. She's mostly about monthly small-cost sign-on programs these days, where you give your email, and I'm way too sidetrackable to get into that, but nice to know.
Did sign on for a free week of online "summit" on nutrition and got some good use out of that but a lot went by the wayside, too, because I didn't have enough time to give to 3 and 4 lectures a day. Of course now I get an email a day from the organizers, with hopes I'll sign up for more. They have high reputation, so it's no big deal. But it does give me pause to know if you sign up for something, you do put yourself into that data base - make sure you want that.