Since September kicks off the start of Fall, and is my birthday month, and is also my favorite month, I want to make it a good one. I was inspired by Lara’s new month resolutions and I made some of my own. Heather’s new plan post was also inspiring.
- Get creative. I want to bring style and flair back into my kitchen by making new recipes each week.
- I want to call my family and friends more often. Like Lara, the longer I go without calling someone, the more likely I am to put it off. Every time I chat with my long-distance friends I feel so happy – so I want to do it more often. The same goes for family, especially family besides my parents (who I do actually chat with often).
- Enjoy California. I don’t know how long I’ll be here, and I want to take advantage of every moment.
- Read more. There are days when I get through multiple books and other days when I don’t read at all. I have a big pile of library books that are just begging to be read, and I want to finish them before they’re due.
- Practice moderation in all things.
- Yoga with Bobby. We did yoga together yesterday and the day before (20 minutes each day; I hope to do it today too). It makes his back feel great and I need to do it with him to motivate him.
Here is a lovely juice I made for us the other day…
- goodies: Asian pear, 1/2 fuji apple, mint, 1/2 lemon
- green: cucumber, celery
This was rather sweet, so I poured most of this into a glass for Bobby and juiced some more stuff into what was left… (Bobby doesn’t like ginger so I always pour out his glass before I finish anyway so that I can add it at the end.)
- goodies: small piece of granny smith apple, 1/2 lime, ginger, more mint
- green: more celery, more cucumber
I have an absolutely crazy confession about something that I put on a salad. But that will have to wait for my next post What do you think I did? It’s a great ingredient, just… not your typical way of preparing it.
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What are you doing this weekend? We don’t have any set plans… maybe going up to San Francisco, or a day trip to Berkeley, or going alll the way down to Earthbound Farm‘s farm stand in Carmel Valley. They’re having a “Bug Walk” on Saturday.
P.S. I updated my About Me page. Eventually I’ll put up a new picture but I kinda like the one I have up there now