Wedding Details

Here's a few sneak peeks into the wedding details!
Mad Libs, I Spy, and chair tags all DIY. 


Favorite Protein Shake Recipe

This is a great choice for those of us who don't like that protein powder taste.

Peanut Butter Protein Shake

1 scoop protein powder (I used AMP Wheybolic 60 vanilla)
2 tbsp organic peanut butter
1/4 cup oats
6 ice cubes
1 cup unsweetened almond milk

Throw it all in the blender and go!


Back Workouts

I love this diagram - it's easy and clear to see which exercise works which muscles. 
Get a sexy back, ladies!
I did this workout yesterday and let me just say how effective it is! I can feel each of my back muscles.

Here's a pic in case you like to keep it on your phone! I added a few of my own. 


Flower Girl Dress

Here it is! Just finished it this afternoon. 
Maddie loves it, and so do I!


Toddler Girl Fashion

What's Maddie wearing?
Yellow shirt from H&M
Trouser jeans from Gap
Purse from Claire's
Sandals from Born.

Shirt from Gap
Leggings from Carter's


Homemade Healthy Jalapeno Poppers

I love this recipe for snacks and parties! Delicious jalapeno poppers without the fat and grease.

You will need:

2 pkgs of crescent rolls
sliced jalapenos
1 block of 1/3 fat cream cheese softened

Spoon a small amount of cream cheese onto the crescent rolls. Top with a couple jalapeno slices. 

Roll it up!

Bake at 350 for 12 minutes!

Breakfast Bites

Do you ever get to busy/tired/lazy to make yourself a good breakfast? You end up grabbing something on the way out the door or eating you kids' cereal? This is a recipe I love for breakfast - you can mix it up in so many different ways!

You will need:
8 egg whites
4 whole eggs
4 slices of fat free ham sliced into strips
1 cup of skim shredded cheese
1 tomato chopped 
1 avocado chopped
1 handful of fresh spinach chopped

1. Put ham into a lightly greased muffin tin, so it wraps around.
2. Put a small amount of chopped spinach.
3. Add some cheese.
4. Avocados!
5. Don't forget tomatoes...
6. Beat all of the eggs together, pour into anything with a small spout (like a Pyrex), and pour into each cup.

Bake for about 20 minutes at 350. The tops will be fluffy when they are done.

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