Hey guys! This week seemed so long. Like three weeks in one. You would think it wouldn’t since I only had 2 and 1/2 days of school, but it seems like when there are snow days and whatnot that week just drags and in a not good way. However, it has left me feeling kind of productive so I am hoping to get some things on the never ending to-do list done this weekend. We will see how that goes 😉
A fun tidbit: The Color Me Rad race schedule is up and they finally opened up registration for the Allentown, PA race. It only costs about $32 with tax and it isn’t to far away. Plus it is held at Dorney Park! I used to get season passes to there every summer when I was younger. We would only go to the water park, but it was always a fun twice weekly family trip 🙂 Anyway back to the point. Color Me Rad is a 5k color run and well it is really low key and all about fun. So…I want to sign up! It is May 10th so I have some time to get into some running and I am really hoping I can do it. It is no stress and would just be a fun first 5k. So maybe, maybe, I will sign-up!
Time for my third link-up to FTSF (Finish The Sentence Friday)! FTSF is that you are given a sentence each week and you finish it however you want, long or short. This week’s sentence was, “We can either be traditional or non-traditional in the way we do things, I…”
Tuesday: What’s In My Spice Cabinet?
Thursday: Thinking Out Loud #1
Blog Posts I loved this week:
I found Char’s post really informative and so genuine and real!
Again, the shape of your body, skinny slim, athletic, curvy, does not define you as a women!
A perfect guide to everything you need to know about root veggies!
You just can’t please everyone.
One diet does not fit everyone, but it does fit some and it can be a very good thing!
“Slow, Slow, and Never Stop!”
Sometimes thinking less and doing more is what we need.
Food doesn’t have to be dictated by emotions but we should still connect with our nourishment and the beauty of cooking.
Live and love life! Don’t regret a thing!
It can be a great thing, but you just need to remember that you are no less because you are not the best.
I am so glad I got a Spiralizer! (Even if I have only used it once so far…) But the possibilities are endless!
Awesome Q&A from Lee!
Very interesting post. Do you find yourself exercising to make up for how you ate?
This is so sweet, love it!
A blogger’s work is never done…ever!
Hm, where do you stand?
Stretching, yoga, o the endless benefits!
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Quinoa & Beet Kale Dolmades. Um, that looks so delicious I might just die.
Detailed Cuffs Army Sweater with Skinny Jeans. Love the look and the hat is a nice tough 🙂
Gluten-Free Vegan Artisan Bread. This would be so good with a cozy winter soup!
DIY Alphabet Earrings. How can you get any cuter than this! *Just use G-Free pasta 😉
Spinach, Pear, and Mint Smoothie. Mmmm, this looks so refreshing! Plus the green is gorgeous!
A few things I loved about my week or am grateful for:
+ I am going simple with my gratefulness this week starting with: the ability to read <3
+ Starting to make really great blend connections 🙂
+ The strength to move, yoga, and lift heavy things.
+ Most importantly, my family <3
So tell me:
Have you ever done a color run?
“We can either be traditional or non-traditional in the way we do things, I…”
What’s on the weekend docket?