Since I didn’t have time for breakfast yesterday, I made myself get up even earlier today. 6:40, ouch! <– yes, I know for most people that’s not actually early
Rounds start earlier today though so I need to leave the house earlier than yesterday too. Make breakfast, eat breakfast, post breakfast, leave earlier?… I’ll keep this quick!
A smoothie for breakfast.
Into the blender (for 2):
- 2 cups Silk Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
- ~2 cups frozen peaches
- 3 scoops Tera’s Whey Bourbon Vanilla Organic Whey Protein
Like peach pie. Sort of. If peach pie had too much protein powder in it and tasted like chemicals.
I forced most of it down so I won’t be hungry all morning.
what i’ll be having for lunch…
Today’s lunch is going to be amazing, I’m sure of it. I’m bringing back my new favorite salad. There is healthy stuff on the bottom, I swear.
Black eyed peas + chopped green pepper + chopped Kerrygold Vintage Dubliner + smoked almonds + green Tabasco.
Clifford the Big Red Pear.
Milk and dark toffee candy. More on that in a minute.
I’ll see you after I finish my 2nd day of dietetic internship!
p.s. My word-play in the title is making me want to experiment with putting fresh peaches into barbecue baked beans.
back to the candy…
The toffees were actually part of a sample from SurprisesByMail.com. Note – I received the sample free of charge to review. All opinions are my own.
Here was the info I received from the company:
SurprisesByMail.com offers a variety of gift boxes filled with your choice of goodies, a perfect gift for anyone this Valentine’s Day, from mom to a significant other. Pick out your Valentine’s favorite treats; from sweets, to chocolates, fudge, baked goods, nuts, dried fruit, pretzels and more. Boxes can be customized even further with personal messages and images. Available in four affordable box options.
And here is what I got:
Two different boxes, one with dark chocolate nonpareils and another with a candy assortment (milk and dark chocolate covered Oreos, toffees, caramels, and some buckeyes).
Pros: the packaging was cute and fun, both candies felt high-quality and were very tasty, and the site has a good variety of options that are fairly priced.
Cons: though it is cute, the multiple layers of packaging are pretty wasteful; I wish that the service was a bit greener.
Have you ever gotten any mailer gifts? My mom got me two subscriptions for Christmas; one to Birchbox (loving it!) and other to a natural snacks company.