This past weekend was a whirlwind! In four days I managed to do more than I typically do in a month. Here’s a break down of my weekend by numbers:
One broadway show (Jersey Boys; so so so good!)
Five separate Save-the-Date designs
Ten different restaurants (Three of which happened to be for dessert only, yum!!)
Four bridal salons (and probably close to twenty different gowns.)
One wedding dress purchase (!!!!!)
Three separate subway lines (and countless trips on each)
Phew, I’m exhausted just thinking about it! But it was such a great weekend. I enjoyed spending time with my family since I see them so rarely. And it was a great opportunity for my family to get to know Alex’s family better. Not to mention that I made some very important decisions that will impact our big day. I’m so excited, I can hardly wait!
Planning our wedding is so much fun but, as I’m going through each step, I’m discovering that it does take up a lot of time. It’s a time commitment that I’m thrilled to make however it will take away some time I’d otherwise dedicate to some of my favorite hobbies, baking and cooking.
With that being said, I doubt each week will be the same but I can see that over the next month or two I’m going to have my hands full. So, I expect there will be some changes on the blog. When I get the chance to bake or cook something new, I’ll gladly share, but in the mean time I thought I might try a little more lifecasting. Seeing as this is mostly a food blog, I’d like to start by discussing my daily eats. Who knows how diligent I’ll be about snapping pictures, but I figure it’s a good starting point!
Let’s start with today, shall we?
- 6oz greek yogurt
- 1/2 Kashi GoLean cereal
- a sprinkle of cacao nibs
- about 1 Tbsp homemade peanut butter
A salad with all the fixings, ordered from Tossed.
- Black beans
- Chick peas
- Egg Whites
- Roasted Chicken
- topped with Fat-free Honey Dijon dressing
An apple and a bag of mixed goodies. The bag contained the following
- Raw almonds
- Raw cashews
- Organic Turkish apricots
- Crystallized ginger
Leftovers from this weekend; Curry Spice & Coconut Pot Pie from 10 Downing.
Not the most photogenic of meals, but it sure was tasty! Also, I had a pear and a few jelly beans for dessert.
One other thing worth noting is that I went to Crunch for the first time today. A couple weeks ago I purchased a one month gym membership for over 50% off from Living Social. Today was my chance to cash it in! I took a class called Chisel. The description from the Crunch website is “use weights and calisthenics to sculpt and shape muscles.” It was 60 minutes of jumping jacks, burpees, push ups, squats, lunges, and more. It was tough and I’m going to be sore tomorrow! But this is exactly what I need to get wedding dress ready!
Do you read blogs that feature life casting? Do you like them?