So I think these titles are absolutely hilarious. Apparently it’s what you call people that do yoga, but I have to think of Yogi Bear or Yogi Berra, pick your fancy. The reason of the title is that I took advantage of two of the free fitness classes offered by the gym, one being yoga. 🙂 I do love the word, free. More on that later.
My finals schedule is a little light. One test for marketing on Wednesday night at 6:30 and a communications presentation on Friday at 1:30. Sometimes it makes me feel like I’m not working that hard, having all this free time but life seems to roll that way. Push and wait.
A lot of people I know finish on the early side, but it doesn’t really matter since I am staying up in the bay for the first few days of spring break. My high school girlfriends are road-tripping up for a day or two, but I will share more later in the week as we get closer. But back to yesterday. There was some studying action in the gym, a simple and semi-funky breakfast (will definitely be making an appearance tomorrow), and then I worked in the office for a few hours. Again, not too much work to do, but we are hosting a post-season basketball game tonight, so that should fill some of my time.
Remember that word, free? It’s been showing up quite a bit recently, but I’m not complaining. Usually our gym charges for fitness classes, but this week they are offering a variety of classes for free. Today’s
selection study breaks included a spin class and yoga class. Yeah, yoga really isn’t my favorite. I can’t get used to all the moves the instructor asks you to do, molding your body into a pretzel. I did seem to stretch my legs a bit, but I don’t think I’ll be a die-hard anytime soon. How do you feel about it?
OH! On the exciting side, I took a spontaneous trip to Target (of course one can never leave Target empty handed) and picked up a couple new movies and random items. I’ve always heard 500 Days of Summer is good and Animal House is a classic. And as for the duck tag? Well, it was in that $1 or cheap section in the front and I’m a sucker for ducks.
The rest of the day was spent studying, “studying”, and more studying. But I will share a sweet healthy treat I’ve been meaning to share. It’s the chocolate banana froyo I made a couple weeks ago. Not exactly the same as ice cream or frozen yogurt, but healthy and pretty darn close.
Two Step “Frozen Yogurt” aka Blended Frozen Banana
1. Take a banana, peel it, and put it in a Tupperware and in the freezer (preferably overnight).
2. When frozen, take it out, place it in a blender or food processor and pulse until the banana is whipped.
3. Feel free to add in vanilla, cocoa powder, coconut, or any of your favorite flavors/add-ins. Enjoy because it’s seriously that easy!
Craving any banana froyo yet?
“Forget past mistakes. Forget failures. Forget everything except what you’re going to do now and do it.” – William C. Durant