Tried my hand at Paleo inspired cooking tonight. I was going to make a spinach chicken dish but I had some super fresh baby bok choy in the fridge. It inspired me to try cauliflower rice and an Asian style stir fry with fresh garlic, ginger and a small amount of soy.
My little man was pinching the cauliflower rice before dinner was even on the plate. Massive success for my little family. 🙂
I think I will have to research the paleo diet more and learn more about what foods are paleo as well as what the portion size should be. 🙂
I am unfit. Very, very unfit but I look forward to changing that.
Almost forgot to workout today. I can honestly say that I am running on an empty sleep bank and my mind isn’t very clear.
Like normal, I popped Charlie down for his nap, grabbed my bottle of water, my knitting and sat on my comfortable couch. Oh and how comfortable my couch felt! Looked up and saw the cross trainer.Thankfully we have it set up in the corner of our lounge-room, opposite my favourite couch. It seems to be a great place to have it because it is a nice reminder. I know 2 days does not make a habit but it is a step in the right direction.
Tonight I was thinking of trying this easy budget paleo chicken and spinach dish (served with rice for the boys). It looks super yummy.
Digging deep to find enough energy to get through today. I’ve already had today’s coffee quota so I’m hanging out to hit the cross trainer in the hope those exercise endorphins can get me through the day. 1.5 litres of water down. 🙂
Must re-train my brain. Currently it is under the impression that sleep would be better.
It took me a fair while to knit this and I had a few challenges along the way. This is my third knitting project so I am pretty proud. It was a fun knit which taught me some pretty big knitting musts. It is a Garden City Scarf which you can read more about here.
I made it with a hand dyed gorgeous Sparkle DK called “Mother of Pearl” yarn which I purchased from Never Ending Obsessions.