While I’m not trying to get Tyndale to smile & coo (his latest trick! it’s adorable), I’m desperately trying to get my house clean (it always takes me about 3-4 months post-baby to get there!), I’ve stumbled upon some good stuff to share with you.
♥ I love the contrast between the picture of the stacks of whole foods versus the rows of processed. Also, Rebecca makes a good point–changing the font size of the calories on the nutrition label isn’t addressing the bigger issue.
♥ Design Mom talks about depression. Happens to the best of us.
♥ Meg gets all fired up & points out the sometimes-hypocrisy in women. Listen up, ya’ll: Stop B*&#%ing About Kim Novak & Goldie Hawn.
♥ Recently watched: Tess of the D’urbervilles (BBC’s 2008 production) on Amazon prime, though this wasn’t the first time. I don’t know what is wrong with me, but I find this tragically depressing story beautiful, poetic. (It really is classically tragic, so don’t watch if you’re in a dour mood.) And I love it. I have so much empathy for Tess, & loathing for most of the men in her life. What does that say about me? I don’t know.
♥ Thanks to everyone who has purchased my newly launched Fit, Strong, Lean: The Diet ebook! I hope to have the companion, F,S,L: The Fitness Plan ebook ready for you by the end of the week. I’ve been working on these, as well as several other recipe ebooks since last fall & I hope to release others throughout this spring, as I have them ready for you. It’s exciting for me to already be getting positive feedback from many of you who have purchased the F,S,L: The Diet ebook. If you don’t have a copy, you can buy one here.
♥ I’ve always wanted to take some awesome jumping photos: 9 tips for better jumping photos
all recipes vegan + gluten-free
Happy Monday to you.