I’m glad you guys have similar sentiments on becoming a grownup.
One thing that I definitely don’t mind about becoming a grownup is grocery shopping and cooking for myself…
yesterday’s breakfast: full fat Greek yogurt mixed with chia seeds, cinnamon, nutmeg, stevia + banana, berry banana muffin, and peanut butter
So the hot weather took a turn for the CRAZY yesterday afternoon. The clouds were pouring like it was going out of style. I was driving 30-40 mph on the highway with my blinkers on, and visibility was maybe 10%. I thought the windshield might break because the rain was coming down so hard!
A thunder bolt from the fingertips of God seemed to strike right next to my car too, so that was exhilarating to say the least.
While driving in the storm of the summer, I was listening to the Balanced Bites podcast (as requested by some of you!), and I learned the coolest fact from episode #191!
They talked about how having “nice, curvy, meaty thighs” as women is actually healthy. This is because the fat in our thighs is an indicator of “being a healthy, fertile woman.” Our thigh fat stores DHAs, which are amino acids that promote good neural developments for babies in the womb, and having those extra stores will contribute to a healthy baby.
Neat, eh? This isn’t to say that having naturally thin thighs is a bad thing, but having thicker thighs (holla!) is definitely not a bad thing either! Basically, just embrace your legz, ladies (and gents!).
My legs were fed by this delicious dinner last night:
Jen’s honey balsamic chicken with pan-roasted brussels sprouts. Simple and tasty!
And lastly, here are this week’s moves and grooves! Wow, this post is all over the place, but it’s Friday. Everyone is loosing it, right?
- Friday: 60 min. yoga
- Saturday: Walk and lower body exercises every once in a while
- Sunday: 8 minute abs
- Monday: Handstands + bridges and leg lifts
- Tuesday: Gymnastics warmup + 20 min yoga
- Wednesday: Random exercises and stretching
- Thursday: Rest
Me when I’m blogging:
A more pleasant face than I was expecting…usually I have total RBF (hi, Amanda 😉 )
Photo credits to madame Daliza:
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
So tell me:
Have you ever driven in torrential rain?
Which body part do you embrace, despite some insecurities? My legs used to be my least favorite part of my body, but now I’ve never been so grateful and confident in how strong and supportive they are, regardless of their size/shape.
What are you doing this weekend? I have a very special visitor coming in tonight! 😀