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Lunch was fabulous — and full of yummy vegetables per the Learn to Luv Veggies Challenge!
Today’s veggie special was roasted Baby Yellow Dutch Potatoes (with salt, pepper, and olive oil), as well as roasted carrots.Â Yum!
I also had salad topped with a few spoonfuls of Israeli Cous Cous and four Falafel balls, which I picked up at Costco (they are Veggie Patch brand):
I ate half of my lunch at my computer desk, juggling the dish and my mouse and my drink…. when I realized I was being totally ridiculous.Â I took my meal out on the patio, and it was a much nicer way to eat.
I was recently asked to review GymSoap, and I thought it was FABULOUS!
According to the website, GymSoap is an antifungal, antibacterial body wash. Gyms, health club locker rooms, and yoga and pilates studios are farms for germs, bacteria and fungus. GymSoap helps prevent anything you might pickup while working out or competing in sports.Â The active ingredient of this soap is Triclosan, combined with tea tree oil.
I’m been using GymSoap on my face, back, under my arms, and my feet after long, sweaty workouts.Â It smells very clean (like tea tree oil!), but its not harsh and doesn’t dry out my skin.Â I have a lot of problems with workout-induced acne, but the GymSoap seems to nip that problem in the bud!Â I’ve also been using it to shave with because I’m prone to irritation under my arms, and it’s been miraculous!
GymSoap has agreed to give away four bottles of the soap to four readers!Â To enter, all you have to do is comment with the story of your dirtiest, sweatiest workout ever.Â
My dirtiest workout was definitely the 15.4-mile Trail Race I completed in April.Â I was COVERED in sweat, dust, and dirt by the end.Â Dirt even got inside my sneakers and all over my toes!
Contest ends on Thursday at noon EST.Â Good luck!