I practically bounded out of bed this morning with one thought on my mind: banana oatmeal.
Wellactuallybanana oatmeal with peanut butter. The two just go hand-in-hand.
In the mix:
1/2 cup oats
1 cup water
2 tbsp ground flaxseed meal
2 scoops of peanut butter
We’re out of milkso no iced coffee this morning. ButI’ll probably grab one at Dunkin’ Donuts on my way into work. It’ll feel like a special treat on a Friday. Perhaps there is a cookie in my futuretoo?
I’ve decided to extend the deadline for Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt until tonight at midnight. My blog was down for a good portion of yesterdayand I want to make sure everyone has a chance to participate. I’ll pick a winner on Saturday morningso be to sure to check back to see if you won. I want to make sure that the winner gets their package before V-Day.
The other daya reader left me a comment asking who was my celebrity body role model. At firstI thoughtwellno one. Butthe more I thought about itI realized that I wouldn’t mind having Jessica Biel’s ripped body!
What can I sayI read a lot of US Weekly!
Of courseI realize that Jessica Biel has trainers and dietitianswho help her get in that type of shape. Buteven stillI think she’s a great body-confidence role model. She’s super fit and strongand doesn’t seem to worry about being a size 0 like some of the other celebrities in Hollywood. She even recently hiked to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjarowhich is a pretty amazing feat.
I’m not saying everyone should look to celebrities as healthy role modelsbut some of them do have a healthy and balanced outlooklike Kelly Clarksonin particular. I especially love her attitude in regard to her weight and body image.