I'm a bit of a sucker for these motivational slogans.....but I am a visionary person and I do admit I love having a vision/goal board and thank goodness now for Pinterest aye?
I typically try and allocate 15 minutes a day to move my body and alternate with resistance and interval training. Today I managed to get some resistance training however if I skip a day I try to workout for 30 minutes the following day, both resistance and interval combined. I'll give you more details about my fitness regime on another post.For those interested in my fitness regime please feel free to visit Fit Yummy Mummy as this was my secret to shedding my baby body fat!
I ate relatively clean today;
Scrambled eggs with spinach, feta and cherry tomatoes
handful of almonds
Tuna rice salad
Yogurt with fruit
Bolognese sauce with penne and parmesan cheese
We had a visit from my sister in law and brother in law with their 3 boys this afternoon and for dinner I quickly cooked up a big batch of bolognese and introduced my nephews to a traditional Serbian dessert called "semolina". This is simply boiled milk & water with semolina (I add vanilla essence, cinnamon and a touch of sugar. Sometimes rind a bit of lemon or throw in some frozen raspberries). Super quick dessert. They all thoroughly enjoyed it and said it was something they would make and eat again. I'm so glad ;-)
I then felt like something sweet tonight and healthy in my mouth, so I cut up some orange pieces and drizzled it with dark chocolate sauce ~ yes 70% cocoa is really good for you! Which satisfied my sweet "jaffa" sensation.
How about you? What are some healthy sweets you enjoy instead of typical processed ones?