On Sunday, I tried out a new machine at the gym. It's called NuStep and while it may seem like it's made for baby boomers, I think it is perfect for my sprained ankle situation. It's a recumbent elliptical. I definitely got my heart rate up using it on a higher resistance and on Monday, my arms hurt so badly, which is always a good sign!
Craig and I got frozen yogurt for the first time in a couple of months. My favorite local, small business fro yo place, YoMama, even had the holiday flavors like Egg Nog and Gingerbread available. I stuck to my boring favorite of Cake Batter. It tasted so good! I even put some green and red mochi on top. Those things are the best. I loved the Christmas decorations around the business as well.
I finally put the Christmas tree up! I think I've hit my limit on ornaments for our mini tree.
Our angel this year is an ornament that my Grandma made. She died when I was young and seeing this little angel ornament brings back fond memories of her.
We received a number of holiday cards and these two were my favorite. We need to start sending cards one of these years...
I snacked on this quite a bit. It's so delicious and the perfect snack to keep at my desk at work.
I went to the Milwaukee Public Market for lunch on Friday. I had the urge to eat something healthy and so I chose to get a juice and tempeh wrap at The Green Kitchen.
It was nice to relax in the market and get away from my desk.
Hope you're having a good weekend so far!