For my fellow circuit workout fans, the Circuit Workouts page was updated this morning!
I added a small handful of new workouts to the bottom of the page underneath the “NEW Workouts” section.
I like to be overly obvious like that. Hope you enjoy!
For some reason my lunchtime seems to be getting earlier and earlier. I normally eat closer to 1 p.m., but by 11:30 a.m., I was ready to eat.
I think I was ready to dig into my midday meal early because I was so excited to eat this salad.
When I bought the watermelon and feta cheese yesterday, I knew this salad was in my future!
I usually make the watermelon and feta cheese salad with arugula rather then spinach, but bags of fresh, baby spinach were buy one, get one free at Publix, so the cheap bag of greens reigned supreme.
On the side I had some fantastic G.H. Cretors all natural kettle corn.
It was sweet and salty and had a delicious buttery flavor. It reminded me of the authentic kettle corn I’ve purchased straight from the kettle at the Downtown Orlando farmer’s market that somehow keeps me going back for handful after handful.
The company sent me the kettle corn and the Chicago Mix (cheddar cheese + caramel popcorn) to try and both were incredible. Ryan and I ate the entire bag of the Chicago Mix in one sitting on Sunday as we hung out on the couch.
Most Popular Baby Names of 2011
Last night when I was blogging on the couch and Ryan was browsing CNN.com, he told me that the most popular baby names from 2011 were released and Noah, the name of our friends’ Dru and Carrie’s baby, made the list!
For some reason silly information like this interests me far too much, so I immediately had him list the top names:
Today I noticed a lot of follow up articles on the internet about the release of this information, but the little nugget of information I found most interesting is that the name Jacob has held the number one spot for boy names in the United States for the past 13 years!
Sophia beat out Isabella, the front runner from the past two years, to claim the number one spot for girls.
Where is Julie!?
I’m actually quite fine with my name not being a “top name.” I’ve met a small handful of Julies in my life, but not a ton, and yet everyone knows how to pronounce it and spell it. It has been good to me.
Question of the Afternoon
- From the above list of top names, what are your two favorites?
For a boy my favorite is Ethan. For a baby girl, I like Emma or Ava.
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