Summer joined me for an interval workout on the stationary bike…
and by the end of our 40 minute ride, she was fast asleep. While Summer slept, I made breakfast. It was caroblicious.
Grain Free carob muffins based on this recipe.
So, it’s that time of year when everyone starts talking resolutions, intentions, goals, etc. My plans for 2011? Honestly, I haven’t really thought much about it as I’ve been too busy changing diapers. I do know I want to tone up a bit and spend as much time with Summer as possible. Yesterday, I packed up all her newborn clothes as they’re getting too small, and I almost cried. She’s growing so fast.
Have you made any resolutions for the New Year? If not, do you need a little guidance? How about trying out Meghan Telpner, my favorite holistic nutritionist’s new e-book, 21 Days To Health?
The book will challenge you to try something new everyday for 21 days, like drinking hot lemon water in the morning or sitting down at the table without distractions while eating. All of the challenges are rather simple, but they could have a huge impact on your health in the long run.
If you already have intentions for the New Year, have you written them down? If not, then I highly recommend Goddess Leonie’s Creating My Goddess Year Workbook. I used the workbook last year to write down my goals for 2010. I then taped the pages around my computer so that I would see them often. The workbook itself is a work of art – it’s so beautiful, and I loved looking at it everyday.
Goddess Leonie has graciously agreed to give away downloadable copies of her workbook to 5 HEAB readers. Keep in mind, you will have to print the copies yourself, and for a chance to win, simply leave a comment below sharing one of your accomplishments from 2010.