My good friend Jenna, creator of the blog Slice of Sparkle, came to visit me last month! And since she wrote two awesome posts about her visit, I am being lazy today and just presenting them to you here rather than writing my own post.
Hawaii recap part one here, Hawaii recap part two here.
Jenna is awesome, has a super fun blog and was an amazing guest. Hope she comes back soon.
When Kiyo and I were flying back to New York City from Montego Bay, Jamaica, we had a layover in Kingston. It was a long layover, so we had to get some food. I already wrote about one of the weird things we ate (see that post here). We also split a dish from Island Grill.
For a fast food restaurant, it was pretty good. They served traditional Jamaican food: rice and peas (beans), festival (fried dough) and chicken. It was unexciting and slightly bland, but ok for a cheap airport option. It certainly was more fresh and healthy than McDonald’s or other, larger fast food chains!
I began last Friday morning with an early, heated vinyasa class at Core Power Yoga. I say it al the time, but I don’t really like the studio; I only go there when I can’t find a class that fits my schedule at my regular studio.
Forgot to take a picture, but on my way out of the house, before class, I grabbed just two small chocolate-covered peanut butter pretzel bites I brought back to Hawaii from Trader Joe’s in NYC. They’re delicious and addicting because they’re salty and sweet.
I showered after class and then swung by Blue Tree Cafe to pick up breakfast.
I decided on a smoothie made with almond milk, almond butter, Vega chocolate protein, banana, cherries, maca and cinnamon. Yum!