Home sweet home. I loved waking up in my own bed and enjoying a homemade breakfast with a pug sleeping on my lap. It doesn’t get better than that! 😀
This morning, I enjoyed a wonderful bowl of overnight oats and a glass of toasted coconut iced coffee with vanilla soymilk.
In the mix:
- 1/4 cup old-fashioned oats
- 1/4 cup oat bran
- 1/2 cup vanilla soymilk
- 1/4 cup water
- Chocolate-covered cranberries
- Barney Butter
I’ve been meaning to write this post for awhile, so I apologize if it seems a bit random or out of place. Even still, I swear it’ll be fun! 😉 I wrote this post while participating in a blog campaign by Kraft’s Crystal Light Pure Fitness and FitnessMagazine.com compensated me for my participation in this project. Opinions expressed are all my own.
80’s Fitness Fads
As you know, I recently made three workout videos for Fitness Magazine where we tried some fun, new fitness trends: hula hooping, retro-robics, and belly dancing workouts. You can see me in action here!
I had a ton of fun trying the new workouts. I especially liked hula hooping because it reminded me of being a kid and playing outside in the yard. How fun were some of those toys we had as kids?! I’d play and play and not even realize that I was exercising. For instance, Get In Shape Girl was one of my favorite “games.” I actually blogged about my love for it back in March.
Besides Get In Shape Girl, I loved my Pogo Ball.
And Skip-It. Remember this thing?
My sister actually owned the Skip-It, so, of course, there were plenty of fights over it. She was actually really, really good at it, and I’d always steal it from her and try to beat her score, but I never even came close.
And, of course, there was the Pocket Rocker.
On the website with my exercise videos, you can enter to win $500 in the Fitness Magazine and Crystal Light Pure Fitness sweepstakes. All you need to do is answer “What’s your best trick for staying hydrated?” Seems easy enough, right?
Question of the Day
What’s your favorite fitness game/toy from your childhood?