Another day comes to a closeâ€¦ at least today was VERY PRODUCTIVE!
When the Husband came home tonight, I asked if he wanted to do a yoga workout session, and he asked if I wanted to do meditation. We compromised and did both. 🙂
Itâ€™s funny because I am so much better at yoga, and he is SO much better at meditation. We did a 30 minute Yoga Sculpt On Demand program, and then he popped in a 58 minute meditation CD based on Qi Gong principles.
Try as I might, I cannot get through 58 minutes of meditation. Halfway through, my mind started to wander, and I began to sing Bad Romance in my head. 🙂
Eats of the afternoon included granola and almond milk:
Nuts and M&Ms:
POM Wonderful arials:
And dinner was Hearty Vegetable Soup from Wolfgang Puck and a slice of bread with Sabra hummus. I was feeling lazy. 🙂
Blogger Vegan 4 A Day
Last week, Katy and Michelle e-mailed me with a challenge: Would I be willing to go vegan for just ONE DAY? Blogger Vegan 4 A Day is on this Thursday, November 19 and is part of the larger Vegan 4 A Week Challenge.
In case you arenâ€™t sure:
- Vegetarians: No meat, including fish, poultry, or red meat. Dairy and eggs are acceptable.
- Vegans: No animal products at all, which includes flesh, dairy products, or eggs.
I hesitated at first (I really like cheese and yogurt!), but I decided it would be interesting to try out veganism for a day. I am not a vegan for a variety of reasons (which Iâ€™ll discuss on Thursday), but I highly respect the lifestyle from an animal-rights perspective. Also, I am curious to see how â€˜hardâ€™ it is. I used to think it would be hard to be a vegetarian, and in general, I donâ€™t think itâ€™s really hard at all! Maybe veganism will surprise me. 🙂 I hope so.
So, be sure to come back on Thursday for Blogger Vegan 4 A Day â€“ Iâ€™m sure the experiment will produce a lot of interesting discussions!
Would you ever go vegan for a day? Why or why not?