Kiwi, blackberry and spinach green juice!
I have to confess I have not been as strict lately with my exercise and eating regimen. A little extra food here and there, saying yes to dessert one too many times, and not exercising for the past few months have left me looking at the mirror and cringing a bit at what I see. Sure there is more of me to love (ha), and yes no one but me probably notices, but I know I’m not in my top form and I need to step up my game before it gets out of control. The first step for me is always drinking green juices. I was experimenting and came up with this simple…
Black Friday Green Boost
I have to confess, I have never done the Black Friday shopping experience. I’ve watched my mom head out at the crack of dawn and go out on & some Hunger Game-esque expedition just so she can score some amazing deal.
All about the greens!
Who doesn’t love a great green juice or smoothie? They’re so easy to make, taste amazing, and help to balance out all of the damage we do to ourselves throughout the week.
Bye, bye bloat green juice!
I hope you had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! I spent it with some loved ones, checking out wineries in the South Fork of Long Island. If you’ve never been it makes for a wonderful day trip. We checked out Wölffer Estate and Channing Daughters. My tip is to hit Channing Daughters first, and then relax with some great wine and cheese while overlooking the vineyard at Wölffer. There’s just no way you won’t feel the stress of the city melt away, and you might even jump for joy kinda like this.
Up late last night? Try this energy boosting green juice!
It happens. You stayed up late the night before finishing a huge project, or maybe you went out with the girls and had one too many skinny girl margaritas. Well guess what, you’re a grown woman now and gone are the days where you can just lounge in bed the next day and miss all your classes. It’s time to get up and get moving, and here’s the energy boosting green juice for you!
Lucky me, I finally got the flu!
Spring is finally so close, I can see it in the horizon, so naturally that means I finally got the flu. I thought I had it made. I survived crazy weather changes, hung around people who were sick, and even went out with wet hair (don’t tell my Mama Juana). I somehow managed to escape getting the flu. Until now.