We did it!
I hope you are feeling a little healthier and fabulous this Sunday… I know I am.
To sum up the week:
When you are feeling happy, healthy and fabulous you will thrive in every area of your life!
You will be a better mom, lover, friend, and your business/career will thrive when you feel great!
The most beautiful woman in the room is the happiest woman in the room
It is about being content in the moment and appreciating life. Not taking yourself too seriously. Surrounding yourself with the people who make you shine, and the people who see you as a star. Enjoy the sun daily. Make love and fall in love.
Your body is a temple
Take care of yourself. Treat your body well and with kindness. Eat healthy foods, mainly from the earth. Sleep at least 7 hours a night. Wear SPF daily, even in the winter. Relax, breath and practice your A to ZEN
list. Exercise and move your body every day.
When you take care of your appearance you
feel beautiful and fabulous
When you exercise and eat well you will feel great about yourself. Not to mention doing the girl things helps with felling beautiful too. I get my nails done for myself, but because I smile when I look down and see my hands sparkling. Spend time and $$$ on making yourself feel and look fabulous. I think it is so funny when people say, “Italian women and French women are so beautiful.” That’s because they take care of themselves… in a classy, subtle, chic way.
Here’s how, and I did it all this week too: Put yourself together daily (that means no lulu lemon unless you’re at the gym). Get your hair professionally done, I’m obsessed with Stephanie at Festoon
. Get your eyebrows done, I love Julie at Lashfully
. Wear your scent, Miss Dior
is my current favorite. Get your nails done, Shelllac
Breakfast: Vanessa gave me dates and there’s not much better that a warm baked date.
Lunch: The Miso is too over powering for the salmon. I usually use cod here. Miso is a great flora-enhancing food.
Dinner: I’m going out to dinner… I gotta put this week’s beautified-ness to use 🙂
So I’ll share a recipe that I recently made for clients and they “absolutely loved“.
And it just so happens to incorporate salmon, detoxifying cabbage, cancer fighting spices, and lots of citrus (promotes production of bile, which carries toxins out of the body)
Moroccan Oatmeal Baked Dates
Combine oats, almond milk and spices like cinnamon, allspice, cloves and nutmeg. Bring to a simmer.
Stuff dates. Fill oven proof dish with a little more almond milk. Cover and bake for 25 minutes at 350.
4 stuffed dates = about 250 cals
Miso Crusted Salmon (cod tastes better) and Bok Choy over Quinoa
Bake in one dish… SO simple
Oil pan. Cover with a cooked grain. Combine 1 T miso paste with 2 t brown sugar. Top the salmon with the paste combo. Add bok choy to the dish. Top with a little Mirin (if you have it, asian cooking vinegar) or olive oil. Bake at 400 for 15 minutes.
Salmon Citrus Tacos with Tomato and Orange Salsa
Southwest Butternut Squash