You may have noticed that I changed my layout (again). I’m very indecisive and I can never stick to one thing for an extended period of time. I like changing wordpress themes into styles that I like. (If you have a blog and ever want help, just let me know – I used to do this for a living.)
I have a new favorite product, and I have no idea where to get it.
Heather sent me this for my birthday and now I’m addicted. It’s a Vosges Goji Bar. I’ve been trying to savor it slowly, but I think it’s doomed to be finished today. I made it last almost a week, which is good. I’m going to check Whole Foods and Cost Plus first. I hear it’s also sold at Nieman Marcus, so next time I’m in the city (San Francisco) I might try to find it there.
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Happy 4th of July!
I’m finally going to update about my June challenges.
- Decluttering. I did okay with this, but only because I already had 2 big bags of books to give away and several bags of clothes. I haven’t taken them to goodwill yet, but I will soon. As for my pantry, I actually did do well with that. I used up a lot of pasta, soba noodles, random nuts and dried fruits, to0-sugary instant oatmeal (made vegan cookies for Bobby to take to work), frozen veggies (I think I might be over them), random frozen snacks (Bobby), frozen shrimp, instant miso soup, and maybe even more that I’m forgetting. Bobby has also decided to sell his Wii. He has an Xbox so he doesn’t really need the Wii anymore. (If you live in the bay area and want to buy a Wii + controllers + games, let me know – otherwise he’s going to sell it to a resale place.)
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I wanted to do something new for breakfast since I wasn’t in the mood for green oats. I decided to go all macrobiotic and do an oat bran + miso soup brekkie.
The oat bran was:
- 1/2 cup oat bran
- 1.5 cups water
- dash of salt
- 4-5 tablespoons of my ABU (1 part almond butter to 3 parts chocolate soy milk)
The miso soup was:
- matcha soybean green tea for the base (with lemon)
- spoon of miso
I try to make a big pitcher of tea every morning and drink it throughout the day. It was really good as a miso soup base. I especially liked the hint of lemon (I slice a whole lemon and dump it into the tea).
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