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Weekend things

November 7, 2016

Hi friends! How was your weekend???

I started my Saturday morning with some gluten free Udi’s raisin toast, temptee cream cheese and Simply Balanced raspberry preserves.



I headed to Body Works at LA Fitness.

I hadn’t stepped foot in the gym for two months. I was sick for 2 weeks and then I gave myself all the excuses in the book to not go (i.e. I can’t leave the new puppy, I am too tired, today was too stressful).

Welp, I snapped out of it and am going to get back into my routine.

Once I take a little time off from going to the gym, it is SO HARD for me to get back into the swing of things.

But, I made it!


After, I got ready to go visit my friends Amy and Jon to meet their new babygirl, Madelynn.

Road snacks: Kevita kombucha and Annie’s Homegrown Halloween bunny grahams.


I brought them a cute, pink “Mommy Loves Me” onesie and a homemade baked ziti for the freezer.


Next up, I changed quickly to meet our friends Jess & Bryan for some drinks and dinner.

We started at a new restaurant in Delray Beach called Che!!!

I went with the Intercoastal Moscow Mule.

We ordered some apps – the eggplant chips and calamari.

We took a fews snaps on the deck.

Top: Teen Angel

Leggings: Soma

Boots: Target

Bag: Tory Burch


Dressed in all black, that’s how we roll 🙂


We headed to dinner at Vic & Angelo’s.

We split an iceberg wedge salad.


A pizza topped with meatballs, pepperoni and ricotta cheese


and chicken parmigiana.

The next morning I chugged my coffee.

And sipped on this beauty.


I am becoming a kombucha addict. LOVE IT!!!

I picked up our painting from our wedding.


and made a batch of my banana chocolate chip muffins.


I am thinking of making these after I get through this batch.

And this chicken crockpot dish.

How was your weekend?! I hope it was wonderful.



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1 Comment

  • Reply Debra November 14, 2016 at 12:45 pm

    Happy weekend…happy and,productive all,at the same time.

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