Mini "STEP IT UP" leg challenge ends
Here we go. Another week has just flown.
Where does the time go?
Oh yes, that's right. We have been stepping it up with our 100 steps per day this week, right? HA! I really don't know how we do it. How do we fit it all in? Eat healthy, prepare the healthy food, exercise, run a household, family and work commitments, have fun, good times and laugh, personal and hobby interests, sleep and do it all again the next day. We just do it.
A day that we pause to remember those who sacrificed their lives during the war that have given us the freedom we enjoy today.
There are many traditions associated with ANZAC Day. The dawn service, which is a service of remembrance undertaken in the freezing pre-dawn darkness. Games of two up- a gambling game played by the service men during war. The Essendon vs Collingwood football game - we lost!! And of course Anzac biscuits.
Anzac Day WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
Adrian was going to take the kids to the dawn service, however the plan is definitely next year. We had a beautiful service at Noah and Oscar's school on Wednesday. The kids were so reverent and I was really moved. We truly are blessed to live in such a peaceful country.
What's your Anzac Day tradition?
Anzac Day crepes
We had a great day yesterday (except for my footy team losing) and instead of making traditional healthy Anzac biscuits HERE I opted for my traditional crepes! Introducing my ANZAC DAY CREPES......
Anzac Day crepes
Follow my crepe recipe here but with this method, I mixed oat flour (blended Uncle Toby's oats until it was flour form). For the toppings, we just added coconut butter, honey, then some lemon and no added sugar strawberry jam. The healthy toppings are endless. Mix and match as you please. My fave are crushed walnuts!
Banana Choc Smoothie
Banana choc smoothie
250ml your choice of milk
180 Nutrition chocolate protein powder
1ts chia seeds
sprinkle of cinnamon
Blend and enjoy!
Our 80/20 fully raw lifestyle is going great! We make a lot of smoothies, I drink plenty of juices and then I'll make dishes like these primarily at dinner time.
Raw salad with meatballs
Fully raw salad with meatballs
You can find my typical meatball recipe HERE and we just mixed various vegetables for our salad;
1 red & yellow capsicum
1/2 red onion
6 baby corns
punnett of tomatoes
Our dressing was lemon with a drizzle of olive oil and it was simple and really quick.
When I say quick, I kinda lie. The hardest part of this fully raw (80/20 really) is ALL THE PREPPING of the fruit and vegetables, I do throughout the day. My kitchen is constantly messy and I am forever washing, prepping, cutting fruit and vegetables!!! Yikes! Healthy living is really hard work. Don't get me wrong, once all that is done dinner is typically put together in under 15 minutes!
How are you managing this new fully raw lifestyle? What are some challenges you are faced with?
Let me know what you think.
Until next time, much love and friendship xx Dani