Ahhh, I suck, I am the worst blogger ever!  Thanks for bearing with me, and still reading.

I’ve basically been swallowed up by a black hole that is called “freelancing” and have had to commit every iota of brain function to a new project.  Sigh, I’m back, at least I’m trying to be.  My brain hurts, does anyone wanna come over and rub my head and watch Bridget Jones’ Diary with me?  I need a mental vacay.

I basically locked myself in all weekend (and week) and wrote, wrote, wrote…but it’s still not enough.  I’m feeling like a total spazoid.

Tonight, I told myself “enough is enough” and I went to my most favoritist of yoga classes.  I totally bailed on all things yogarific last week in honor of slaving away at a keyboard, but my brain and my body needed the down time…and the time upside down–I did a forearm stand sans assistance!

Just taking that 90-minutes to take a class really does make all the difference in my ability to see the world with rosier colored glasses.

You know what else is rosey?  Besides, of course, my non-existent glasses–The Wii Knockout Body Giveaway that is happening right this very moment.

And the winner is….[insert drumroll]

Lucky comment number 5!

Natalie, expect an email from me shortly.

I am going to promise myself the few minutes a day it takes to write this blog, and maybe an hour or so to exercise, even in all this crazy work hecticness.

I bypassed dinner tonight in lieu of yoga.  That’s been happening a lot lately.  Not the no food for yoga thing, but the just complete lack of interest in dinner.  I think it’s the heat.  My blender broke so I’m sans smoothie options, and all other food just seems so heavy. Does anyone have any recommendation for a good replacement blender that doesn’t cost a bajillion dollars?

Here’s what I did eat:


Oatmeal made with almond milk, banana, and peanut butter


Yellow plum.  Surprisingly this tasted sort of like a cross between an apple, cherry and plum.  Really good, but not at all what I was expecting.


Turkey meatloaf muffins

Over the weekend I made a pan of individual turkey meatloaves.  I mixed two packages of lean ground turkey breast, 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1/4 cup liquid egg whites, one diced onion, two celery stalks, some shredded carrot, a packet of taco seasoning, a squirt of organic katsup, and  a little Worcestershire sauce.  They’re really good, especially doused in hot sauce.

Salad with lettuce, tomato, cucumber, carrot, lemon juice and olive oil