This week we are taking our WLW, and changing it up a bit!
Instead of Weightloss Wednesday we are going to be doing Well-Living Wednesday, so still sticking with the WLW, just changing our goals some!
I will tell you that I am down in weight this week though! Which is pretty exciting considering it was my birthday weekend and I definitely enjoyed a mini-cupcake and some cookie cake to celebrate turning 27!
WLW Stats: Week 1: -0 lbs Week 2: -1.4lbs Week 3: -0 lbs Week 4: -0lbs Week 5: -.4lbs Week 6: -1lb Week 7: -1lb (157.8lbs) Week 8: -0lbs Week 9: -0lbs
Week 11: -.2lbs
Week 12: -0lbs
Week 13: -1.1lbs (153.5lbs) Total: -7.1lbs
A little more about WELL-LIVING WEDNESDAY, I am excited to refocus today, not on a number, and what the scale reads, but about more than that! I want today to be about how I am feeling, about nourishing my body, about having positive and thankful attitude, about choosing healthy decisions for me and my family! So instead of always sharing the numbers on the scale, I want to focus on living a healthy and well lifestyle!
So to celebrate our first Well-Living Wednesday, I wanted to share one of my favorite snacks with you, and my favorite ways to eat vegetables! If you get our monthly FITNotes, then you have already gotten this yummy recipe!
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Say hello to yummy KALE CHIPS!
Seriously, the only way I know how to eat Kale, and they are super easy and super yummy!
Wash & completely dry the kale. Shred the thick stems of kale from the leaves, and toss in a bowl of olive oil. lay kale out flat on baking sheets, and lightly coat with salt. Bake at 350degrees for 5-10minutes or until kale is crispy.
It's also great to use flavored olive oil instead of the salt.
What a yummy alternative to eating your veggies right! And these things never make it off the pan to anywhere but our mouths around here! Seriously, no matter how hard I try to make enough to save for later, we eat them all off the pan! So yum!