good morning! did you have a nice weekend? i did, it was totally unstructured and yet i got a lot done around here.
one of the things i did was spring clean my diet.
it's fun to spring clean the house and garden but i think spring is a good time to deep clean the diet. you know what i mean? get rid of what's not working, what's old and crummy hiding in the fridge and pantry.
those gummy, sticky things that need to be tossed and replaced with fresh product.
a kitchen is only as clean as the inside of the refrigerator you know.
so while we're at it, why not look at what's hiding in there that might not be good for you.
hmmm, bad habits that have a way of creeping into the house during long, cold days.
personally my pantry needed to be de-chipped. how's yours looking?
a lot of you reading this have young children or have people that you love that still eat meat (i know i do) so you might want to read this and watch the 20/20 report that goes with it. it is scary what they are putting into our food these days.
spring is such a great time to start something new like changing long held beliefs about what is considered a healthy diet.
and ladies and gentlemen, i hate to remind you that swimsuit season is right around the corner.
now's the time to start getting ready for that.
yesterday i emptied, scrubbed and polished the refrigerator and pantry until it sparkled.
and then we went to the farmers market and stocked up on...
tiny purple tomatoes
let's all be a little extra gentle today.