You’d think with all this free time I have that I’d be able to keep up with blogging everyday. You’d think.
Yesterday afternoon, Layla started drooling like CRA-ZAY. Tyler thinks her drooling is linked to her butt issue (oh, you don’t know about the butt issue? She starts yelping and getting in downward dog position. Apparently her anal glands fill with fluid, so she has to have them expressed at the vet) so of course, I was on edge all last night about it.
The drooling from yesterday made it inevitable that she would start yelping today, but so far so good (knock on wood).
In light of some butt-talk, I have a cool recipe for ya: Forgotten cookies!
I don’t think you could mess these up if you tried. They’re called forgotten cookies because you can mix the ingredients together, put them in the oven and forget about them!
- 2 egg whites
- pinch of salt
- 2/3 sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 cup chocolate chips
- 1 cup chopped walnuts (optional)
- Preheat oven to 350 and line baking sheets with parchment paper.
- In a large bowl, beat the egg whites and salt until they get foamy. Slowly add the sugar (still beating), and continue until the mixture form stiff peaks.
- Fold in the vanilla, chocolate chips, and nuts. Spoon onto baking sheets.
- Place the cookies in the oven. As soon as your shut the oven door, turn the oven off and leave the cookies in there overnight (or 5-6 hours).
Yesterday, I also got my Glymm Box in the mail.
A couple of goodies: lip gloss, fake eyelashes, $10 gift card, nail polish remover, and $20 off a panty of the month club (umm, no thanks).
Tyler and I are having a date night on Friday, so I’m thinking of slapping those lashes on the ol’ eye curtains. I predict I’ll either look like a drag queen or….a drag queen.
For your entertainment:
The 12 Daze of Christmas (performed by Fay McKay) If you’ve never heard it, you’ll get a chuckle. *and a tree….and a tree…and a treeeeee innn the meaaaadowwwwww*
(Not gonna lie, I’m sitting here staring at my computer trying to think of what to write next. I have nothing else to do except an at home workout that I have yet to write)
Ok, perhaps we should do that! (Give me 5 minutes so I can write it on paper first, then I’ll type it.)
….5 minutes later…
GOT IT. Here’s my workout for the evening that I choose to share with you:
Warm up tabata: alternating between skiiers and jump squats
5 minute AMRAP (as many rounds as possible) of:
- 10 bicep curls
- 20 reverse lunges
- 10 crunches
- 20 donkey kicks
Cardio tabata: alternatig between jumping jacks and side to side lunges
5 minute AMRAP of:
- 10 deadlifts
- 20 overhead press crunch
- 10 sit-n-stands
- 20 prone ball glute press
Cardio tabata: alternating between mountain climbers and jump rope
Polish it off with the following at your own pace:
- 50 single leg stability ball squat (each side)
- 50 pushups
- 50 leg lifts
What’s your favorite holiday song? What’s your favorite go-to exercise at home?