Happy Saturday!!! Are you all having a lovely weekend?? Mine has been pretty good so far!! I’m so glad you guys aren’t judging me for being such a coffee addict!! I found out some of you are too!!!!
Today’s breakfast was the same as yesterday’s!!! When you like something…you have to go with it!! Thanks Justin!!
These nut butters make me too happy!!!
Lunch went a little like this:
Trader Joe’s Southwest Salad!!! I love the dressing they use!! It’s a perfect mix of spicy and creamy!!! I also had it with this yummy drink!!
I haven’t had the mango flavored kombucha in forever!!! I forgot how good and mongoey it is!! (Yes mangoey is a word now!!) My favorite flavor is definitely Trilogy…but this is a close second!!
Since I shared my coffee addiction, I thought I would share my mid afternoon drink of the day!
Triple espresso over ice in a venti cup. Add 2 pumps white mocha, 3 pumps sugar free vanilla! I LOVE this combo!!! I also add my own milk at the end, and this huge drink ends up being about $2.30!! Not bad for a huge delicious coffee!!
Tonight I was supposed to go with my friend Shay to pick up his new car, but he ended up canceling on me!! It’s okay though, I will probably go out for a girls night!!! Who doesn’t love girls night??
I wanted to give you more insight into dancing!! I found this great article on the benefits of ballroom dancing!!
“Ballroom Dance Health Benefits:
Although ballroom dancing may not be as strenuous an activity as training to run a marathon, don’t knock the benefits of regular movement and exercise. The U.S. Department of Agriculture considers ballroom dancing a “moderate” activity. It has some specific health benefits, too, that may not have occurred to you before.
Ballroom dancing helps tone and strengthen the muscles in your calves, thighs and buttocks. Specific ballroom dance moves work these muscles differently than more familiar exercises, such as walking, jogging or cycling, do. If you’re performing a style that involves lifting or dipping your partner, you can also get a pretty good upper body workout. Ballroom dancing will also help strengthen the core muscles of the abdomen and back.
That’s all for now!!!
Have you ever tried Ballroom dancing?? Do you dance at all?? What are you doing tonight??