Would you like a little glimpse into the shenanigans that occur at our house on a nightly basis?
As I was putting on my gym shoes to get ready to head out for an evening walk with Ryan and Sadie yesterday, I walked into the room where I heard Ryan and Sadie playing.
Ryan looked up at me from the floor, his eyes beaming, saying he wanted to show me his latest game with Sadie where he had her running under a “bridge.”
Bridge = Ryan’s legs
They’re quite the duo.
I promise she doesn’t have rabies.
This morning I was pretty pumped to try a new workout. The workout assigned for today through the boot camp program I’m following was a circuit workout that included a lot of core and plyometric movements.
I wrote the circuit down to take with me to the gym and didn’t realize I was supposed to do it three times through. When I finished the circuit in 15 minutes, I had a feeling something was up and used my phone to look up the workout again.
I busted out the remaining two sets and they kicked my butt, but I loved the workout! It was definitely my favorite boot camp workout so far. The circuit was challenging, fast-paced and didn’t leave any room for boredom.
Plus I got to bear crawl all over the gym looking like a toolbag.
Breakfast this morning was another batch of overnight oats!
Like yesterday’s granola overnight oats, this batch was a little special, too!
I used Muesli Fusion Classic Swiss muesli as the base rather than plain oats and absolutely loved it.
The company sent me a few bags of their all-natural, organic muesli yesterday and I couldn’t wait to use it for breakfast this morning.
Just in case you’re in the dark about muesli, according to Muesli Fusion, it is a cereal made with a base of oats and whole grains mixed with variety of ingredients including nuts, seeds, dried fruits and sweets. Muesli can be consumed in many different ways. It can be soaked in milk, water, or juice and eaten cold or it can be cooked in boiling water or milk and eaten like traditional oatmeal.
I combined the muesli with a cup of strawberry banana Greek yogurt, chia seeds and milk. This morning I added two chopped dates on top and dug in!
Oatmeal that incorporates a ton of fun, natural ingredients is always a blast to eat. I loved the inclusion of raisins, cranberries and almonds in the muesli and have a feeling this breakfast is going to have some serious staying power.
Time to answer some emails before heading out to the office of one of my local freelance clients. It’s kind of funny to work remotely for certain magazines and businesses and have no idea what the their office environments are like! Should be fun to see!
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