So, lululemon athletica King Street’s weekly newsletter arrived in my inbox this morning, and I am completely obsessed with their new Cardio Kick Tank. I think I’ll have to stop by the store this weekend to pick it up.
And then, Well + Good NYC‘s email arrived. Of course, they had an article titled, “Here comes spring: 8 must-have workout jackets.” This Lorna Jane Elevate Jacket is calling my name.
Lesson learned: subscribing to email listservs is dangerous!
Hope everyone makes it through the rest of the week! xxox
Need some holiday gift ideas for the active, healthy person in your life? Maybe you just need a little something to read of your own? Check out what I’ve been reading below:
- Crazy, Sexy, Diet by Kris Carr
- Add More ˜ing to Your Life: A Hip Guide to Happiness by Gabrielle Bernstein
- The Women’s Health Big Book of Yoga by Kathryn Bugid
Have you read any of these? What did you think? Also, be on the lookout for my upcoming reviews of these reads!
Hope y’all have a great week!! xxox
Happy Friday!! Don’t forget, today is the last day to enter the Yogi tea giveaway! You have until tonight at 11:59 p.m. to enter, so check out the post for more details.
Now, let’s get down to business. As much as I try to avoid frozen meals, sometimes there is just no getting around them. The other week, I discovered a rather tasty and not-as-unhealthy selection from the frozen food aisle at Whole Foods. The Vegetable Lasagna by 365 Everyday Value (one of Whole Food’s product lines) was pretty darn good (as far as frozen meals go)! This meatless lasagna is made with whole-wheat noodles and organic ingredients. Also, the sodium level, which is what really gets you with frozen foods, is lower than many frozen meal options out there. If you don’t have much time to spare and must eat a frozen entree, I definitely suggest this one!
Have you tried this organic vegetable lasagna, and if so, what did you think? Do you have some pseudo healthy frozen meal suggestions of your own? Please share them!
Have a fabulous weekend!!!