2. Juice cleansing. I already told you about the juice cleanse I did, but I just wanted to give a few more details. You guys, I totally didn't mind doing it for 3 days. I felt so much better afterwards. Way less bloated. The juices came in refrigerated packaging and are numbered 1-6, so there's no thought involved. There were no flavors that I couldn't drink. Some were more "interesting" than others (think spicy!) but all of them were absolutely drinkable and dare I say, filling. I would definitely recommend and I would definitely like to do it again. I have a coupon code: JUS4FRIENDS to save you 15% off your online order at Jus by Julie.
4. Monday night soccer. I miss my soccer days of yore. You know, when my thighs didn't rub, my feathered hair was Aqua-netted stiff, and I could run for days without getting winded. Playing in an age 30+ indoor womens' soccer league gives me (faint) whiffs of those glory days. It's good company (our team is super fun), good competition, and good exercise. (If you count huffing and puffing for two 25-minute halves as exercise. Which I totally do.) Oh, and there's beer after. And sometimes before. Plus, my Sis and I play together. We totally bicker (good-naturedly) on the field.
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6. Football. Oh yes, it's that time of year again! But dare I say, this has been the easiest fall that we've had in years. Middle and Baby are both playing on the same Pop Warner team, and Hubby is one of the coaches. Eldest is taking this year off from football and is playing fall baseball. All I have to do is show up for baseball games on Saturdays (every Saturday is usually a home doubleheader) and one football game on Sunday. So nice! That is, until it gets frigid out and they're still playing football in November...
Brother helping brother.
7. Easy appetizer. Greek dip. Quick and easy and delish and will get you rave reviews. You will need: a container of hummus (I like the Tribe extra smooth classic); a container of taboule salad (I use Cedar's brand); a container of crumbled feta cheese; chopped cucumber; chopped tomato; and a small can of sliced black olives. I always serve it in a disposable 8x8 pan. Spread hummus in bottom, then taboule, then feta. Add chopped cukes, tomatoes and olives and sprinkle more feta. Best served with pita chips. (I use either Stacy's or Town House.)
Happy Fall! What are you enjoying this season?