Looking for fit snacks to make?
You could make some No Bake Almond Fudge Protein Bars using the recipe I found on Running with Spoons. It has easy-to-find ingredients. Note: The recipe calls for 1/3 cup of vanilla protein powder. I bought a 1 ounce packet and it is the equivalent to 1/3 cup. I measured it and everything. Or, you could bake Crunchy Peanut Butter muffins with Dark Chocolate Chips using Kodiak Cakes Protein Packed Waffle and Pancake Crunchy Peanut Butter mix. Recipe is on the back of the box. For the chips I use Ghiradelli Dark Chocolate. Or a workout to do?
Beach Bod season will be here before we know it and I want a sexy back, so I’m going to start doing this Back Workout by Women’s Health.
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How about a book to read?
I began listening to Futureface by Alex Wagner on Audible while getting some housework done today. I’m enjoying its insightful exploration of immigration and what it means to be an American. Or, you could Learn French from Paul Noble. I know I’ll be studying.
You could go to a show…
Absolute Theatre‘s Sex with Strangers has one weekend (April 19 – 21) left at the Rochester Civic Theatre’s Studio Theatre. I saw the show on Friday night before the snow storm hit. You can read about it here. Tickets are only $20.
Sunday is Earth Day and it’s supposed to be gorgeous outside
This year the focus is on ending plastic pollution. Think eliminating plastic can’t be done? Lauren Singer has made it a reality in her life. Her blog Trash is for Tossers is full of ideas and tips for leading a plastic-free life. She is also the founder of The Simply Co., which sells necessities like laundry detergent without any plastic packaging. The Zero-Waste Minimalist Home may also be worth a read.
Sunday Funday could close with some food prepping for the week ahead. These lunch ideas from Eating Well look easy to make and nutritious.
Looking Ahead, Next Sunday (4.29.18) You Could…
Attend The Resilient Option. The event promises to have delicious appetizers in a swanky space (Bleu Duck Kitchen). While you’re there you can make new friends, listen to Dr. Amit Sood give a speech on resilience, and support Project Legacy. Tickets are available on Eventbrite and they’re just $35. The event is from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.