Hey guys! I loved the debate in the comments section of yesterday’s blog post about whether you have to end runs on a whole/even number (for mileage or distance) – keep it coming! 🙂
And now, in exciting news, I have been alluding to the fact that Rachael, Alex, and I have been working hard behind the scenes to launch a self-study version of our virtual 6 week intuitive and mindful eating wellness program, Joyful Eating, Nourished Life. While we believe there is huge value in having a community and access to the three of us dietitians for support/Q&A while going through the program, we also know that not everyone can afford the price tag associated with that, nor does everyone want to be on Facebook. We also know that some of you will want to get going now rather than wait for the next live program opportunity (which will be in April, FYI – we are going to run the live program twice a year – spring and fall – moving forward). So – ask and you shall receive!
Since our program launch last June, we’ve had almost 150 new joyful eaters join us for an un-diet approach. They’ve discovered what foods make them feel best, learned to listen to their hunger and fullness cues, explored how to nourish their emotional needs without food, and have conquered their fitness fears to start moving their bodies for fun.
And today, we are thrilled to announce that we are now offering a self study version of our Joyful Eating, Nourished Life program. It includes much of the same 6 week coursework provided in our live program, plus our 50+ page starter kit, all at an extremely reduced price of $149.
If you find food stressful and are ready to embrace a more kind, positive approach to eating, we hope you’ll join us on this journey. For more details on the new self-study program, testimonials, and to sign up, visit our website.
Also: if you get on our VIP email list, we’re sending out a special deal later today for a limited time even steeper discount that you won’t want to miss. Sign up here to join the email list!
And now – back to your regularly scheduled food and fitness randomness!
It’s been a busy week over here work-wise as you can imagine getting the new version of our program off the ground! Yesterday, I hit up an early morning boot camp with the girls and then walked to Dupont to teach English (more details on my English teaching were in Friday’s post, if you missed it) before spending the rest of the day at my co-working space cranking through my to-do list. On the way, I discovered there’s apparently a mini version of the Spanish steps in DC – how random and cool!
What a hidden gem. Here’s a cool article about them if you’re interested. 🙂 I’m surprised I’ve never stumbled across these before! (I’ve also been to the real Spanish steps in Rome – here’s a blog recap from that trip if you want a little blast from the past/travel fun today!)
To continue with the complete randomness of today’s post (apparently I didn’t take as many photos this week as I thought I did), here’s a picture of my fun new deep blue pants that I was rocking yesterday. They were in my recent StitchFix (<– affiliate link) box which was awesome – I ended up keeping everything, which I never do!
As for food, I’ve been enjoying leftover banana muffins as snacks. As for breakfasts, here what I had Tuesday – a couple fried eggs, leftover roasted potatoes (with paprika, in case you’re wondering why they are orange), and some wilted spinach. The only thing missing was some avocado!
I’ve got another cold this week (seems everyone has one right now – we are all just passing it around, apparently!) so Matt made me another batch of fresh juice using our juicer – this one had raw beets, fresh turmeric (FYI: this stains everything, which we learned the hard way…), fresh ginger, and lemon juice. Plus some apple cider vinegar and water!
As for today, I really wanted to get out for a run this morning but I figured sleep was better given my cold – bummer since it’s so nice out! Instead, I slept in and enjoyed my flour free breakfast pancake – we’re out of ground flaxseed so I used a spoonful of coconut flour instead. Delish!
Time to get back to the to do list – and to rest up a bit, too! I’m hoping my cold is gone by tomorrow because Matt and I have plans for a fun weekend trip away.
Have a great day my friends – and check back tomorrow for the recipe for our new fave slow cooker Moroccan chicken and veggie stew!