We also cleaned the house from top to bottom, did a ton of gardening, and generally got our lives in order. Plusâ€¦ I went to Hot Yoga, which felt amazing on my knee. I skipped all the high lunges and used a modified low lunge instead. And I did all the upper body moves from Boot Camp.
A very productive Saturday, indeed. 😉
I had a really stand-out snack today â€“ broiled grapefruit.
I just sliced it in half and cooked it at 200 degrees for about 10 minutes, drizzled with maple syrup, and broiled on low for about 2 minutes (watch carefully!).
And some rosemary bread with herb spread following hot yoga.
The Husband was in charge of dinner â€“ SCORE!
Millet, peanut satay sauce, stir-fried vegetables, and pinto beans.
Oh, I have a question for any Southerners out thereâ€¦
If I were to go to Atlanta for just one afternoon, what should I do and where should I eat?
We are only going to be there for a few hours tomorrow for an out-and-back road trip, and we want to maximize the time weâ€™ll be in Hot-lanta. 🙂 Any good vegetarian restaurants with outside dining, for example? Where do we have to go in Atlanta?