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Strawberry Morning and Cheap Yoga Classes

Posted Mar 19 2009 6:25am

Mmmmm… strawberries!

I love that strawberries remind me of summertime! :mrgreen:

In the mix:

  • 1/2 cup dry oats
  • 1/2 cup vanilla hemp milk
  • 1 tbsp ground flaxseed meal
  • 1 tbsp hemp protein
  • Strawberries
  • 1 spoonful of canned pumpkin (I’m trying to use it up!)
  • 2 spoonfuls of Teddie PB
  • 1 handful of PB Puffins that I threw on top after I snapped my breakfast photos
Today’s bowl of oats included a really wonderful mix of ingredients this morning!

Fresh flowers are the best! They immediately brighten-up my day as soon as I see them. I should really start buying them more often.

Yoga Challenge: Day 18

For my yoga practice today, I did 20 minutes of Heart Opening Flow #1 by It was great!! It had the perfect amount of challenge and flow, and a nice mix of easy, fun, and hard poses. It felt wonderful stretching my sore shoulders and chest, especially after Monday night’s 100 push-ups! My upper body feels so good now, I’m thinking about doing this session again tonight.

Free and Cheap Yoga Classes

  • Free Yoga Classes at Lululemon Athletica: Check out the Lululemon website for complimentary class locations and times.

SUNDAY YOGA - PRUDENTIAL CENTER, BOSTON: Join us for In-Store complimentary Yoga classes every Sunday from 9:30-10:30am. This month yoga presented by Equinox!!

  • $5 Community Classes atBack Bay Yoga: Great 90 minute classes on Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Check out the website for a schedule.

  • Discount Yoga Classes atBare Bones Yogain Boston: Each class is $10! Costs are kept down because attendees are asked to bring their own mats and equipment. The yoga studio is located near Fenway. Check out the website for schedule info and directions.

  • FREE and Cheap Yoga Downloads and Podcasts:

Yoga Today
YogaDownload (50% off downloads with CarrotsNCake code during March)

Snap Out of Unhealthy Eating Habits

I saw this little blurb in Self magazine this month:

Being a shutterbug could benefit your waistline. When people took pictures of everything they ate for five days, they reported consuming fewer snacks and being less likely to go back for seconds than during a week-long period in which they kept a written food diary, a study from the University of Wisconsin at Madison finds.

What do you guys think about this study? Is food blogging a healthy habit?

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