Hello, my lovelies! ILY aka Frosty Kitten here
What a great quote, right? How many times have you found yourself looking for reasons why you can’t do something? I know I used to do that a lot! I still do it now, but only sometimes. Key word “sometimes.”
It’s hard to always be upbeat and kicking, I know. Sometimes you don’t even feel like getting out of bed, let alone go out in the world and do things like going to work or hitting up the gym for that sweet muscle burn.
The key to success isn’t being perfect all the time—it’s always doing the best you can in the circumstances that you’re in at the time! Cause you know what? Maybe today isn’t the day where everything goes right; maybe it’s quite the opposite of that. That’s OK. There’s always tomorrow! Just remember that when life happens to you in ways that seem out of your hand, you still have control over how you react to your situation.
The key to a great day is a great morning. And the key to a great morning is a good breakfast!
PEACH OAT SMOOTHIE (2 servings)
Here’s a twist on a great Marta Stewart breakfast smoothie. I really love putting oats and yogurt in my smoothies because it helps keep me full, and I love “textured” thick smoothies.
What you need:
1 small sliced banana (frozen or not)
1 sliced peach (2 if really small hehe)
¼ cup of raw almonds (I like mine roasted and lightly salted)
½ steel cut oats
1 cup fat free Greek yogurt (I love using the Chobani brand)
1-2 tbsp of maple syrup or honey (you can skip this if you want)
¼ milk of your choice
How you make it:
Okay guys—brace yourselves!! This part is really hard. You throw everything in your blender and then press the start button and less than a minute later… you’re done! Oh and let me know if you do make this smoothie cause I’d love to hear what you thought of it!
I hope this post helped make the start of your week a bit less blah! I know I had a little bit of trouble starting my day also, but my morning run and yummy smoothie really helped kickstart everything the right way.
‘Til next time… Stay frosty!