My name is Sophia and I am a 22-year-old writer and editor who's interested in staying fit and healthy, indulging in movies and books and listening to good old rock-n-roll. This blog follows my life as I work full-time and cruise through the tricky waves of life.
When I first saw the Luna Bar that the wonderful Kayla sent to me, I immediately thought about a different Luna.
Did anyone else watch Sailor Moon back in the day? Let’s just say that I was obsessed with this show. I had the dolls, the comics, the magazine…I had Sailor Moon fever!
Now, back to the Luna Bar. The flavor I tried was Nutz Over Chocolate and it was really impressive. It was a filling snack, and anytime I try a bar that has some chocolate in it, I’m pretty much sold. Here are some of the other great things about this bar:
- High in calcium and folic acid
- Rich in antioxidants A, C, E
- 9g protein, 3g fiber
So glad I tried it! I’m going to be on the lookout for more Luna Bars!
Also, just a random little thing. I’ve gotten a couple questions about the honey vinegar dressing I use on my salads. Here it is:
Here are the details, according to Worlds Foods:
This Alessi Orange Blossom Honey Balsamic Vinegar from Modena, Italy is a light and crisp vinegar just as its name implies. Made with Italian white wine vinegar and the musts of white grapes, it has a hint of sweetness from the orange blossom honey. This refreshing, versatile vinegar can be used in salads, chicken, fish, or even sprinkled over summer berries.
This is my all-time favorite salad dressing!
Yesterday’s lunch was a garbage bowl unlike no other.
Here’s what we have in the mix: black beans, cherry tomatoes, zucchini, red bell pepper, hearts of palm, Lundberg Wild Blend Rice, feta cheese and balsamic vinegar. I haven’t had hearts of palm for a while, and they added some nice saltiness to the dish.
My breakfast today was an egg white bowl with some vegetable favorites.
Scrambled Egg White Mess
- no-stick cooking spray
- olive oil
- 1/4 C. liquid egg whites
- 2 Tbs. non-fat milk
- 1 handful spinach
- 2 Tbs. sun-dried tomatoes
- 1/4 C. chopped red bell pepper
- salt to taste
- pepper to taste
- 2 Tbs. mozzarella cheese
Spray a small frying pan with no-stick cooking spray. Add olive oil and heat on medium. Saute spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and pepper. In a separate bowl whisk egg whites with milk and cheese. Stir egg white mixture into sauteed vegetables in frying pan, scrambled until desired consistency. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serves 1.
I’m not sure why I titled this dish as a mess. It really wasn’t messy, but I just kind of threw together anything and everything to make it. That’s where the “mess” comes in.
Well, today is my last official day of staycation. I do have the weekend, but for the most part, my break is over. Hopefully, I didn’t mess up my sleep schedule too much. Overall, I got a ton of stuff done. I hung out with friends, worked out, got my hair cut and my eyebrows done and lots more. Staycation = success!
Happy Friday everyone!
Do you eat Luna Bars? What’s your favorite flavor? Any plans for the weekend? Do you have a favorite salad dressing?
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