Weekly Updates for March 1, 2010

Posted on 27. Feb, 2010 by in Food, Fun

Weekly Tips from RockIt Mom:

1. GREEN -  We find ourselves stumped with the infamous questions “Can this be recycled?”.  We know the standard ones (aluminum cans, glass, paper, cardboard, magazines, newspapers, styrofoam), but what about those plastic clamshell containers?  Go to Earth 911 and they will tell you all the recycling centers closest to your zip code and what you can take there.

2. HEALTH - To stay healthy, happy, and wise, come to the WOMEN ROCK! Event sponsored by RockIt Mom!  There will be every type of women oriented vendor you could possibly need; a bra fitting, dinner on busy nights, a facial, massage, surf lessons, chocolate and wine!  It is this Sunday,  March 7, 2010 from 1-4 pm.  If you aren’t local, we will have pictures and more info for you to contact the fabulous vendors.  Check out the Facebook page: Women Rock, A Health & Lifestyle Event for Women to RSVP for this event.  We will have amazing goody bags to the first 100 women!

3. RECIPE - To keep your metabolism up and running, here are some go to lunches and snacks that work wonders. 

- Whole wheat tortilla with 1-2 tbls. of peanut/almond butter, sliced whole banana;

-Morningstar Veggiburger, whole wheat pita, 1 tbls. of hummus, shredded carrots/broccolli/cabbage;

-Lowfat Greek yogurt, fresh berries, 1-2 tbls. of Raw Aguave Nectar, sprinkle of cinnamon;

-Parmeesan cheese (3) .5 oz. pieces, drizzle each with 1 teasp. balsamic vinegar;

-Cut a cucumber into wedges, spoon out seeds, fill with cottage cheese, fresh dill, salt & peper.

Have a great week and remember you need to take at least 45 min. a day JUST FOR YOU!  Hope to see you on Sunday!

One Response to “Weekly Updates for March 1, 2010”

  1. Jules 11 March 2010 at 11:19 am #

    My doctor told me one way to keep the house healthy is to open up the house for 5 minutes everyday (or every other day). Let fresh air in, and the stuffy air out. It has worked because we have not been sick once this season. KNOCK ON WOOD! We also keep the house at 67 degrees. Wearing a sweatshirt and some slippers never hurt anyone.
    I hope this can be of help to some families.

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