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March 27, 2013
March 22, 2013
Hipster Trap - In New York, USA from Street Art Utopia
Apple Picking from Pinterest
DIY Tilt Out Trash Can from Pins For Your Home
Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory from imdb
Icing a Cake from Cake Central
Teapot Birds Nest from KV Creative Designs
From Undressed Skeleton
A Reader Recipe: Baked Crab Rangoon from Fit Sugar
Crossroads store at Sprott, Alabama from Shorpy Historical Photo Archive
From Humor Train
Vintage Race Car Birthday Party from Kara's Party Ideas
List of Things to Do With Your Boyfriend from Little Plastic Horses
396 Free Do It Yourself Backyard Project Plans from Today's Plans
Chefs Hat with Scarf from Little Costume For Less by Heartfeltcostumes on Etsy
Pineberries from VitalBerry
Creamy Chicken Enchiladas from The Country Cook
March 21, 2013
My hours at work have increased. Not in a scheduled way but because my workload has increased. What once was only a single task has grown to a handful of functions. Because I like to finish my work before I go home I often times go in at 6:30a.m. and leave around 5:45p.m. Rare occasions I leave right on time at 5. Lunch is often ate at my desk. I know, I know. Slapping my own hand. My waistline is suffering from this.
I have packed on quite a bit of weight in the past year. In an effort to change my poor eating habits since entering the work force I have begun packing my lunches everyday. Never knowing if I will be at work 8 hours or 11 hours I end up packing breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
Every morning my 4 year old will ask what I'm taking and want to peek in my lunch bag. Since he started taking an interest that has forced me to make better choices. "Oh ham samich I like dat"... "Bahnana dat's yums" Because he sees me making healthy choices he too will ask to mimic what's in my lunch bag.
I am grateful that I was given the opportunity to sample Way Better Snacks. I received 6 bags of chips: No Salt Naked Blues, Simply Sweet Potato, Simply Sunny Multi-Grain, Simply Beyond Black Bean, Simply Unbeatable Blues, and Simply So Sweet Chili.
These aren't just ordinary chips. These are sprouted chips that carry nutritional value due to nutrient-dense grains and seeds. Some of the seeds include broccoli seeds, organic daikon radish seeds, organic chia seeds, organic flax seeds, and organic quinoa. Look at a few of the benefits below:
- Increased Vitamins and Minerals
- Increased Antioxidants
- Increased Digestibility and
- Increased Nutrient Absorption
Out of the chips we tried my son enjoyed the Simply So Sweet Chili. They reminded him of Nacho Cheese Doritos. Score! A healthier alternative and something I feel better about serving to him.
All of their snacks are: All Natural, Vegan, Certified Gluten Free, Non GMO, Certified Kosher, Excellent Source of Whole Grains, Low Sodium, Good Source of Fiber, and Contain No Trans Fat, Artificial Colors, Flavors, or Preservatives.
Give them a try and I think you'll be as excited as I am about this product.
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