Happy sunny Sunday friend!
Maine is finally getting a sneak peek at Spring, in which the roomie and I took full advantage of yesterday.
We took a quick run (literally) down to Maine Squeeze so I could finally see what the whole acai smoothie bowl craze was about. So worth the $9 price tag.
It was also my first run outside since Thanksgiving (!) and I am loving the fact that I actually have the urge to run again….and good thing since I just signed up for the Hard Cider 5k next month!
But enough about me, let’s see all the greatness from the inter-web this week!
I’ve been listening to more of Abraham Hicks’ talks about the law of attraction, and while some of it is still a little too woo-woo for me, staying positive and grateful has never done me any harm.
Music of the Moment:
Lately all of the soul brothas have been on my music brain..Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, and most of all Al Green. It’s nice to hear music where weed, money, or ass is no where near the lyrics.
One Pot Spinach Dal – Making Thyme For Health
This dish looks like the easiest and most comforting way to get my love of lentils back into my life.
Spring Vegetable Green Curry Bowls – The Roasted Root
My love for asparagus and soft boiled eggs is going strong, which means these curry bowls are bound to happen on the reg this Spring.
Asparagus Salad with Feta Dressing – Eating Bird Food
I am totally team asparagus lately, and this looks like a delicious way to enjoy it other than the usual roasting. Oh yes, and feta makes everything betta.
Chocolate Stuffed Oatmeal Bars – How Sweet It Is
I love how these only require a few delicious-on-their-own ingredients, which together make sweet harmony in edible bar form.
3 Easy Ways To Improve Your Gut Health Right Now – Teaspoon of Spice
Some unexpected ways you can reduce your bloat babies to just a speckle in your bean and broccoli’s eyes.
Spring Cleaning For the Soul: Unclutter & Reprioritize Your Life – Cotter Crunch
I’ve been getting back into my daily gratitude and meditation practices, and along with warmer and longer days puts me in such a better place mindfully than the winter. Lindsay shares some great tips on how to accomplish just that.
From the Blog:
This time 1 year ago I …
made snickerdoodle cookies into bite-sized balls of wonder. Repetition necessary.
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