Last week my instagram friends were all: “these veggies are awesome, they should be on a notecard.” Thanks friends! You really know how to make a girl feel great. In an effort to share more of my recent photography (and get some more instagram love) here is the latest in my farm share series. As of now my instagram feed is far more popular than my ‘lil old blog. However, if you found yourself here first please check out my instragrams too. xo!
This is my 3rd year having a farm share. I’ve always enjoyed it. However, since this year’s share includes flowers I love it even more! Fresh veggies are great but how can a girl not be happy with new flowers every week? Jealous? Check out Hanson’s Farm in Framingham, MA for yourself!
Instagram is my visual diary. Here are a few of my photos from this month.
Farm share strawberry rhubarb pie
Peonies, my favorite flowers
What to eat?
BBQ pork pizza with CSA spinach
Cutting beets always looks a bit like a murder scene
My beautiful Farmshare
B rolls up to the counter at brunch like a boss
Chewie says stop paying attention to that baby! Look how cute I am!
More of my favorite flowers
A boy & his dog
Big breakfast & little breakfast
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Today is day 6 of my 30 day yoga challenge.
The morning of day 4 I did a short but challenging yoga video.
This video was a flow similar to many vinyassa classes I’ve taken moving from downward dog into warrior poses and back. It is only about 10 minutes but she offers a lot of optional modifications to make it harder so you could do this video many times and continue to push yourself.
When the video was over I moved to the mat and added some poses including: cat/cow, spinal twists, modified pigeon, bridge, plow sequence and ended with savasana.
And last night I built my own evening yoga with the ‘Pocket Yoga’ app $2.99:
This app was pretty good. I wish the voice didn’t sound so computer generated, but I do like that you can do this anywhere, even without an internet connection, and that you can make your own custom sequences. On the apple website a reviewer mentions that Yoga Builder is also a great yoga app. I’ll have to try it.
Now I just need to find time today to practice yoga…