Many changes have taken place over the past few months:
1. New job
2. New activity I’m crazy about – yoga
3. Greener lunches
All of the above has me very excited. So I have new colleagues, all of whom are great. Especially a group who have inspired me to have these green lunches you see here. My ‘Salad Party Girls’, you are an amazing bunch. I finally am able to actuate what I’ve always thought of doing; having a healthier home-made lunch to offset my guilty pleasures (please, how can you say no to red velvet cake?!).
My other friends say I’m eating like a rabbit. What’s wrong with that? It results in better digestion, better complexion and better fitting clothes. This is a good habit. And the strangest thing is, I look forward to these lunches. They might be green and full of healthy ingredients, but they are tasty. No kidding.
Best of all – every salad lunch is different and we don’t even pre-plan. What we do is each girl brings 1 to 2 ingredients and we all combine them into one big salad fiesta. So simple. My contribution of late, has been the healthiest of stuff – quinoa, pearl barley, garbanzo beans, red kidney beans, tuna in olive oil, flaxseed meal.
Are you inspired yet?
It is my hope to ‘infect’ more colleagues into joining us. Healthy eating makes you feel good! That’s how I feel these days. I rather eat these homemade salads than pay more than $10 for a fancy schmancy designer salad at the many up and coming new trendy salad shops I see popping up.
Try it today. Go to a supermarket. Pick out a combination of things like japanese cucumbers, green apples, purple cabbage, eggs, buckwheat soba, cheese. Then pick out some sauces to make your salad tasty. My personal favourite is the Japanese goma sauce. It elevates any salad!
Combining green lunches with yoga has shown some improvement on my silhouette! 2013 has been pretty great for me.
And oh speaking of eating greens like bunnies, here’s one Instagram profile (see below snapshot) you have to follow (if you love bunnies!) – @bunnymama
I think of this photo of cute Rambo eating his greens whenever I eat my veggies. It makes me happy
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