Scratch and Sniff Breakfast

Oh, how I wish you could scratch and sniff the screen right now.DSC01071






This morning I made Angela’s 3-Minute Breakfast Carrot Cake and it was divine!  I topped it with Greek yogurt and raisins.     

I ate every.last.morsel. DSC01070



Today is a BIG day for me! 

At yesterday’s podiatrist appointment, Doc told me (drum roll, please!)…


Doc took some x-rays, and said that everything has healed beautifully!  I can go back to normal activities, which include running, Body Combat, yoga, walking the dogs, spinning, P90X, if I so wish, etc., etc., etc. 

I can not tell you how happy this makes me! 

He said it may be a little painful at first, because everything is so stiff, but he said to push through it, ice it, and get moving!    

So, this afternoon around 5 PM, I will be hitting up AMFAMFIT, and doing 45 minutes of cardio, and 45 minutes of lifting back and biceps with Larry. 

(Check out my new Fitness Log here!)

For lunch today, I’m planning on having leftover Spinach, Leek and White Bean Soup

Tonight for dinner I think I’ll make baked salmon for Larry, left over baked tofu for me, roasted red potatoes, and garlic greens (recipes to come).

I better get started on those report card comments now.  I highly doubt we will have four snow days in a row!  Wasn’t that one of my New Years Resolutions?  To be proactive and get things done???  Woops!  A few snow days, and I completely lose all senses!  🙂

Have you ever suffered an injury that prevented you from working out?  How did you get back into your normal routine?          


magnolia Remember, Be Happy, Be Healthy, Be You!!! 



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One response to “Scratch and Sniff Breakfast

  1. Hi, Jen! Great blog! That’s such great news about being able to run again! Congrats. That Spinach, Leek & White Bean Soup looks fantastic, too. Yum!

    I noticed in your About Me section that you said you couldn’t be vegan because you can’t live without chocolate. Girl, I eat chocolate ALL THE TIME. (Like, honestly, too often…) A lot of semisweet & dark chocolate is dairy-free, and my grocery store even carries milk chocolate made with rice milk instead of cow’s milk. (Just wanted to throw that in as an aside because I am asked all the time how I live without chocolate as a vegan. And I don’t!) 😉 Congrats on your vegetarianism, though!

    I look forward to keeping up with your blog, and thanks for the kind words about mine. 🙂

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