This is definitely my favorite time of the year. #marquette #puremichigan #lakesuperior #fall #nature (at Blackrocks)
I would happily do whatever this sloth told me #slothjesus
For me, September has always been a time of starting fresh. At school, at work, it’s a time of getting a clean start and embarking on a new year full of opportunities. Along with that, for this month’s new fitness plan I decided to do something a little different! Rather than have a calendar of workouts, this post still gives you a monthly schedule of workouts, but also (I hope) encourages you to think about all the different habits and little things you can do every day to live a healthy lifestyle! It’s important to point out that this is not limited to fitness or meal plans, a healthy lifestyle is about the whole package and those are only two (important) components. That’s why this checklist has both nutrition & fitness items AND things like making time for yourself, dealing with stress, and staying organized. I take healthy living to mean doing everything you can to treat yourself well both physically and mentally, and I hope this plan will help you work on both of those as we start the 2013-2014 year!
After my run today I was craving chocolate so I whipped up these surprisingly healthy mini brownies! With heart healthy avocado & almond they’re not only a bite of chocolatey heaven, but also even good for you! I made them in this mini size so I can grab a few in a snack pack but you could also just make them regular sized!
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40g Oats, 200ml (non-diary) milk, 1 tbsp. chia seeds, dash of cinnamon/vanilla/etc. – mix everything together and put in the fridge overnight.
Cocoa Overnight Oats
Add 2 tsp. unsweetened cocoa powder to the basic recipe. Works great with banana, pear, walnuts and pb.
Sweet Potato Overnight Oats
Use just 50ml milk and therefore add 100g soy yoghurt. Mash 1/2 cooked sweet potato to the basic oats and refrigerate overnight. Add fruits as banana, blueberries and walnuts, as well as maple almond and peanut butter!
Banana Overnight Oats
Add 1/2-1 mashed banana to your oats. So delicious and filling. Either add a second banana and/or other fruits as mango, berries, apple, cranberries and nuts as well as nut butter.
Vanilla Overnight Oats
Use vanilla soy milk instead of the normal one – amazing!
Strawberry Overnight Oats
Mash around 5 strawberries into the overnight oats and put in the fridge overnight. Add more berries, other fruits, nuts and almond butter in the morning.
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