06/14/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Tuesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 15. June 2014 19:00

 

 

Everyone is aware about germs and how important it is to wash your hands after you use a restroom or before eating. One place you may not think of is your kitchen sponge. The moisture that sits in the sponge is a breeding ground for germs. Studies show the average sponge has up to a million more germs than your toilet seat

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/germsandhygiene.html

There is a solution. Dampen the sponge (I have two sponges- one for counters/tables and one for pots and pans) and microwave it for 60 seconds. Be careful when removing because if taken out immediately, it can be quite hot.

I also put mine through the dishwasher at least twice a week (with five kids I run the dishwasher 1-2 times per day).  Keep healthy!

Tuesday 06/14/11- Workout Diary:

Cardio DVD- 45 min

It may seem odd, but I brought my portable DVD player with me.  That exercise time is MY TIME in the morning.  The rest of the day I'm everything to my 4 little kids and everyone else...my workout is just for me.  It's so important to me to carve out time everyday to keep my focus on my OWN better mental and physical health


Tuesday 06/14/11- Food Diary: Remember I'm at the cow ranch with the kids

 Breakfast-

french toast

blackberries, blueberries

 yogurt

A.M. Snack-

1 apple

Lunch-

1 piece grilled chicken

sweet red pepper ( that I brought)

lots of cherry tomatoes

P.M. Snack-

apple and almonds (I brought )

 Dinner-

grilled rib eye

green beans ( I passed on the baked beans, and the mac n cheese) and a tossed salad with lemon

Dessert-

1/2 piece berry cobbler 

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