Hey folks! It’s another Friday and fun-filled weekend pour moi! I was originally going to post something super informative, but I couldn’t contain the excitement in store that I just had to share it for this edition of Five Things Friday!
And I love doing the currently thing, so there’s that.
Soon to be all the gluten & allergen free things! This Saturday is the GFAF Expo in Worcester that I am an official blogger for again this year. This comes at a perfect time since the low FODMAP diet has cut out wheat, dairy, and soy, which are some of the most common allergens.
Hooray for hoarding more Sriracha chips! You can find my recap of last year here.
I finally got a bloom on my Hibiscus plant!
Maybe I’m not such a bad plant mom after all!
..Except now all the leaves are falling off and turning yellow. Such false hope.
Feeling comfortable in my skin.
That just sounds so much more creepy when I typed it out. Just call me Buffalo Bill from now on…
But really, I feel like I’ve fallen off track with my nutrition and exercise game, leaving me feeling like a fluffier version of myself. Sure I got the self love for who I am, but not feeling like myself has been tugging at me.
I’m hoping 10k training will spark a new start, but for the moment I am focusing on my health, both mentally and digestively. Because that’s a word. Hopefully I’ll find out what the biggest culprits are to my bloat pregnancies soon, and cross my fingers apples aren’t one of them!
After volunteering for the Shipyard Half, I finally got the itch to train for another race!
Just not a half. I’ve never tackled a 10k before, and after finding the Power of She 10k in October, I decided it was destined to be my race this year. Plus it gives me the 12 weeks I need to start training since my runs have been few and far to come by.
Especially since I only seem to want to run when it’s hot as the sun’s surface or freezing rain.
Not only is this lovely lady accompanying me to the GFAF Expo, but we’re going to this cute little concert in the park, otherwise known as
I’m just a teensy bit over the gosh darn moon about it. I’ll try to keep cool for the next five minutes though.
Make it a great day!
What’s the best concert you’ve been to?
Any plans for the weekend?