Happy still-pretty-new year, friends! Today I am spending some time reflecting on 2019. In a separate post, I will look ahead to 2020 and set some lunalutions for the new year. Before digging into the details, a quick overview of the year. In 2019, I did 30 days of yoga in January that turned into 364 … Continue reading 2019 Retrospective
It's that part of the year between Thanksgiving and Christmas where time seems to slip right through my fingers like sand. There isn't actually less time than usual in this 3-4 week period (is there?), but somehow what would normally be experienced as several weeks seems to amount to just a few days. Am I … Continue reading December: Brush Lettering and Looking Ahead to January
I suppose it's time for a new post. This time around the mood is not light and cheery. It's grumpy and anxious. Things making the author grumpy: Her bedroom radiator. The abrupt and unannounced arrival of Winter. Life conditions that have required an uptick in spending. Life conditions that have impeded regular exercise. Life conditions … Continue reading Thanks-giving November: A 21-Day Gratitude Challenge
For the first time in a while, I'm all bundled up. I've got on these yoga pants that are soft and cozy on the inside, I'm wearing my fluffy indoor booties, and I've got a nice warm jacket on. It's not actually so cold outside (55F / 13C), but the heat isn't really on yet … Continue reading Going Green(er)
It's early September and the slightest hint of fall is in the air. In this post I talk about how my knitting is going, delete my gmail app, and take other steps to "digitally declutter" my life.
It's been about a three-month while since my last post. Has there been much lunalution-ing since then, you ask? ...Yes. And no. And yes.
Hello Friends! I find myself in Terminal 1 of FRA. When I started drafting this blog post I was in Terminal 1 of JFK on my way to Frankfurt. It's now just about a week later, and an excellent conference and some solid sightseeing has transpired. At the time I was very unhappy about the … Continue reading Memoir May
It's already April and we are, happily, going around the other side of the seasonal loop. Stark branches are budding small green leaves, the crocuses are out in Washington Square Park, my keds saw the light for the first time in six months, and this weekend I wore a short-sleeve dress without a jacket... hooray for Spring!
Per Serving: 1/2 frozen banana 1/2 apple 1/2 - 1 cup water (or almond milk) 1 scoop protein powder 1 scoop PB2 1 cup of spinach I usually blend just the fruit and liquid first, then add the powders and spinach and blend it all together.
Per serving: 1/2 cup quick cook oats 1/2 tbsp chia seeds 1/8 tsp salt 1 tbsp PB2** 1 scoop protein powder* 1/2 tbsp agave 3/4 cup unsweetened almond milk Handful of strawberries (frozen or fresh) Combine. Refrigerate overnight. *If you’re wondering, I use Orgain’s unsweetened protein powder. **PB2 is powdered peanut butter that you can mix … Continue reading Pb & Strawberry Overnight Oats