Good morning! Happy Monday! My countdown to vacation has officially begun: 5 days. Woohoo! I cannot wait!
Remember my I Bet You Didn’t Know posts? If you missed them, here’s I Bet You Didn’t Know and I Bet You Didn’t Know II. I love these kinds of posts because I get to share things you probably don’t know about me, and I love reading the comments you guys leave. There’s always some interesting stuff!
So, without further ado, here’s the next edition of I Bet You Didn’t Know!
I bet you didn’t know…
I’m obsessed with being early. I absolutely hate being late to appointments and events, so I always arrive ridiculously early to them, like two hours (or more) before a flight. And if I’m ever running late, I stress-out like a crazy person. Basically, being early (not even just on time) is part of who I am. I even arrived 15 days before my due date.
I love all kinds of music, but I really don’t like Reggae. I have no idea why, but I just can’t stand it. The second it comes on the radio, I change the station.
Murphy isn’t the only dog I’ve owned. Ok, this only half true. When I was a kid, my dad owned an Irish Setter named Copper, but neither of them lived with us (my mom, sister, and me). I guess Copper was my dog on the weekends.
I grind my teeth in my sleep, so I wear a mouthguard (almost) every night. Just ask Mal, it’s really hot.
I’ve never tried a cigarette, and I never will. Growing up, both of my parents smoked cigarettes, and it made me so angry, so I’ve never had the desire to try one—even when it was “cool” in 7th grade.
Great breakfast this morning! I had scrambled eggs with chopped kale and crumbled blue cheese mixed in and toast with butter.
And red grapes on the side.
I also drank a glass of iced coffee with almond milk. Mmm! Big fan of this meal.
My friend Elina recently launched a new business called Satisfied Cravings. Back in November, she quit her stressful job in finance to take her passion for healthy cooking to the next level with Satisfied Cravings.
Elina offers lunchtime private and semi-private cooking lessons in her Back Bay home, which is perfect for busy Bostonians living or working in the area. The goal of each of her lessons is to give her clients solutions to their healthy eating challenges. The sample menu on her website shows a few examples of what you might make in class, but everything is custom.
Elina also hosts healthy cooking parties at people’s homes (within 20 miles of Boston) where you can develop a more elaborate menu, which is a great way to turn healthy cooking into a social event—perfect for couple or a girls’ night.
Please check out Elina’s website, read about her services, and, if you wish, sign up for a lesson. Elina is offering 10% off your first package with a CNC10 promo code.
Question of the Day
What are some of your “I Bet You Didn’t Knows”?