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A Special Treat sans Tricks this week!

Happy All Hallow’s Eve!

I pray that whatever you are doing, be it some kind of Trick or Treating at a mall, a church Halloween Festival, or (Gasp!) actually going around a neighborhood and knocking on doors (do people even DO that any more???), that you are safe and happy, and know how much God loves You!

I am not one for scary movies, so you can be assured that I will NOT be watching any of THOSE tonight…my personality is such that real life can set my adrenaline pumping enough to need recovery daily, so adding to that health mess via scary movies or roller coasters is not usually my first choice!  (Though, I admit to watching scary movies in my life and going to Haunted Houses, etc…and the resulting anxiousness is what causes me to usually avoid those things! My hubby does have a lovely memory of us in a haunted house – paid-for-attraction, not actual haunted house– while we were dating, in which I was so scared I had to repeatedly recite Psalm 23 to myself…He giggles about it to this day!)

We were Sally and Linus on the Halloween of that adventure...

As a kid, I DID go knocking door-to-door, or rather, my mom drove me to the houses of folks we knew and trusted (and some of their neighbors), to “Trick or Treat”.  Here’s the “funny” about that.  I was always nervous.  I am a performer who sings and dances in front of hundreds of people every week; indeed I have sung in front of over 10,000 people in a stadium before, but in my normal life, I am a bit shy.  I have overcome it in adulthood, learning to press on while “on the road” in group called Up With People, in which I stayed with a different family every 3 or 4 nights…no room for shyness there.

So, as a kid, little Robyn trudged up the sidewalk to the door, knocked, and waited anxiously, even though I knew nothing bad would happen, and my mom was right there in the car!  In reality, all that would result from those interactions was GOOD!  Praise for my costume and free treats..HELLO!?!!?  The worst case scenario might have been that no one was home…certainly nothing to be nervous about, since that meant less people interaction…

But isn’t that funny?  And isn’t it just like us sometimes, to worry or be anxious over the unknown, when all the time God is watching over us and knows the more-than-pleasant outcome He has planned? (Romans 8:28, 1 Peter 5:6-7, Psalm 32:8, , Jeremiah 29:11) He is metaphorically out there in the car behind us as our rear guard (Isaiah 52:12, Isaiah 58:8)!

And as for worry…I just did a tiny, not exhaustive search at http://www.BibleGateway.com on just the word “worry”…the Message Bible had 56 results and the NIV had 15…and a quick scan of them showed that all of the results on the first page included the words “do not” before every “worry”…not a surprise, I know.  A much more detailed analysis could be made, I am sure, but I think you get the point.

Let’s not forget, though, that we need to seek God to receive answers, to be guided, to be given wisdom.  He promises those responses, but in faith we must ask!  (James 4:1-3)

One thing has just now occurred to me: do I think God only answers my current request? No, I don’t.  If I have asked Him into my heart, and I have asked Him to guide me in all I do previously, to protect me, etc, etc, I don’t think there is a statute of limitations on that request.  However, I do think I need to be open and listening and looking for His answer!– or I might miss it!  And I think being specific in our requests is helpful for us, as well, not  only bringing us peace in that we have obeyed and asked, but in that we have then acted on our relationship to our Lord.

So, whatever you are doing tonight or for the rest of this week, know that you are loved, safe, and watched over…ask the Holy Spirit to show you the evidence.  Ask Jesus to sing over you and calm your nerves.  Ask your Father in heaven to guide your every decision by His Spirit…and He is faithful. He WILL.

Now, TREAT TIME!

I made this Raw Apple Pie a few weeks ago when hubby and I were going to go to a friend’s house for dinner. Unfortunately, we were both beginning to get the sniffles and not feeling as perky as usual, so we had to postpone…and keep the delectable treat all to ourselves!  How wonderful, though, to know that what is as tasty as dessert is actually a live food full of healing nutrients!!!  I tell you what, this one is scrumptious!  And we are definitely in the right season!!!

Apple Pie (page 324 of The Hallelujah Diet)

Recipe courtesy of Sprout Raw Food by Jackie Graff

Serves: 8

1 date-nut pie crust (see recipe below)

6 Golden Delicious or Fuji apples, peeled and cored (I used Gala, and I did not peel ALL of them, because I like the pretty color of the skin, and the fiber as well.  think I peeled 4 of the 6)

4 – 6 Medjool dates, soaked 1 hour and drained (or whatever dates you have, un-sugared, etc)

1 tsp. sea salt

2 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp vanilla powder (I did not have this, so I used vanilla extract. no problem.)

1 cup raisins

2 tsp. flax seed, ground fine

Prepare piecrust according to recipe and press into a pie plate.  Place one-third of the apples, plus salt, cinnamon, dates, and vanilla powder in food processor.  Process until mixture is almost the consistency of applesauce.

Continue adding apples, processing only until apples are chopped into small to medium-sized pieces.  Add raisins.  Stir in ground flax seeds and mix well and let this sit for 15 minutes (the raisins and flax seeds will soak up the juice from the apples).  Place apple mixture in pie crust.

NOTE:

May be topped with chopped walnuts. (I actually sprinkled flax meal and salt on top of mine, to absorb some of the excess moisture and bring out the sweetness… Next time I will probably only use 5 apples, as I had too much filling for the pie!—no worries, made a great oatmeal topping and/or snack! I recommend using a food processor over a blender; I had to add extra liquid to get the apples to blend at first…luckily, I had some cider in the fridge…)

Date Nut Crust (or “dough”…can be rolled into little balls and then rolled in coconut, or ground nuts, or carob powder and cinnamon for yummy treats!) pg. 323 of The Hallelujah Diet, Recipe courtesy of Everyday Wholesome Eating…in the Raw by Kim Wilson

1 cup pecans, 1 cup walnuts (or 2 cups almond flour, as I chose)

1 cup date, pitted

1/4 – 1/2 cup honey (to taste…or agave, or yacon syrup)

1/4 – 1/2 tsp. sea salt (to taste)

Grind pecans, walnuts, and dates in food processor until well-chopped and blended.  Add honey and continue to process until mixture forms a ball.  Be careful to not over-process.

Press into base and sides of pie pan before adding filing.  Reserve some of the “dough” to crumble on top of the finished pie.

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Also, about the same time that I made the pie, I was on week 7 or 8 of my Cto5K training…I had gotten to the point where I was jogging 25 to 26 1/2 minutes non-stop, and I was beginning to think I might need stay at that pace for a while so that I would have enough energy left to do the show!  However, as I mentioned before, hubby and I began dealing with sniffles, etc, and honestly are just now beginning to feel human again!  (I ended up with a ruptured eardrum, among other nuisances…) So, just today I started over on my Cto5K training to build up my stamina once more.  Feel free to read these previous posts to see how I make it pleasant and possible!!!

https://robynlooksup.wordpress.com/2011/08/20/family-yoga-couch-to-5k-and-a-give-a-way/

https://robynlooksup.wordpress.com/2011/08/26/green-recipes-little-tidbits-and-a-winner/

Keep running the race, or walking it, knowing there is a prize ahead…take breaks when you need to, knowing your Father has your back…and you can even lean back into His everlasting arms…

How do you rest?  Did you do anything fun to celebrate Halloween or another Harvest-time holiday?  Feel free to add your positive comment!

“Green” recipes, little tidbits, and a winner!!!

Happy Friday, everyone!!!!

Gonna share some “green” recipes today, whether in color or just use of produce or items, as well as throw in some little newsy bits and announce a give-a-way winner!

A little while back when our garden was over-run with zucchini, I tried out this recipe from Hobby Farms magazine.  It would be appropriate to make it again, as my basil plant is now flourishing!!!

Zucchini-basil Soup

Puree zucchini, basil and other farm-fresh ingredients for a refreshing summer soup.

Ingredients

  • 3 T. extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1½ cups roughly chopped onions (any kind)
  • 1 T. chopped garlic
  • 1/4 tsp. salt, plus more to taste
  • 1 cup seeded and chopped sweet bell pepper (any color)
  • 2½ cups coarsely chopped zucchini
  • 4 cups vegetable stock
  • 4 cups fresh spinach leaves, loosely packed
  • 1 cup coarsely chopped fresh sweet basil
  • chopped fresh tomato for garnish (optional)

Preparation
Heat the olive oil in a large, thick-bottomed pot over medium-high heat. Sauté onions, garlic and salt until vegetables start to soften. Stir in pepper, zucchini and stock. Bring to a simmer, and cook until pepper is soft, about 10 minutes.

Stir in the spinach and basil just until wilted. Use an immersion blender to blend until smooth. Add more salt if needed. Serve hot, topped with chopped fresh tomatoes if desired.

Making Zucchini-basil soup

Makes about 6 servings.

This soup is great for on-the-go, as well, whether hot or cold!  “Green” tip: store wet things like soup in clean jars in the refrigerator; good re-use of something rather spending energy on recycling or (gasp!) just throwing it away, and storing things in glass cuts down on your chemical toxin intake (some plastic storage containers have been known to leach unknown substances into your food, even when cold).

Zucchini-basil soup stores well in a mason (or other) jar!

Hubby's empty bowl....he loves it with a bit of Parmesan Cheese! (The real stuff, not the desecrated milk kind...)

I have a confession to make: I have a sweet tooth.  If you know me at all, this is not really a confession, but a “so what else is new?”  Having a sweet tooth can lead to unhealthy choices if we do not operate in the fruit of the Spirit called Self-control…but luckily we can also choose healthy recipes so that we can enjoy treats once in awhile (not overeating them, mind you) without even having to be concerned over what the “bad” ingredients might do to our little temples (like some other items we might choose…ahem.)

Here is a recent DELICIOUS recipe I tried recently after watching an episode of “Giada at Home” on the Food Network.  I tweaked it to make it healthier.

Lime and Cornmeal Cookies with Citrus Glaze (they are Gluten-free!)

Ingredients

Cookies:

  • 1/2 stick, at room temperature (I used Earth Balance instead)
  • 1 cup sugar ( I used 1/3 C Stevia-in-the-Raw, 2/3 C “Swerve”*)
  • 3 large limes, zested
  • 1 egg, at room temperature
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lime juice (2 to 3 large limes)
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups rice flour, plus extra for dusting
  • 1/2 cup cornmeal
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt

Glaze: (I only did HALF the recipe, and it was plenty)

  • 1 1/3 cups powdered sugar (I used equal parts Swerve* and Stevia-in-the-Raw ground up in my Magic Bullet to make powder…don’t waste your money buying the powdered version when you can do it yourself!)
  • 2 large limes, zested
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • Special equipment: 3-inch round cookie cutter

Directions

For the cookies: Line a baking sheet with a silicone liner or parchment paper. Set aside.

In a food processor, pulse together the butter, sugar, and lime zest until combined. Add the egg, lime juice, and vanilla. Process until smooth. Add the rice flour, cornmeal, baking powder, and salt. Process until the mixture forms a dough. Place the dough on a lightly floured surface and knead for 20 seconds. Form the dough into a ball, wrap in plastic, and refrigerate for 20 minutes.

Place an oven rack in the center of the oven. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly flour a work surface. Cut the dough in half and roll out each piece into a 9-inch diameter circle, about 1/4-inch thick. Using a 3-inch round cookie cutter, cut the dough into 10 circles and arrange on the prepared baking sheet. Gather any scraps of dough, knead together, and roll out to 1/4-inch thick. Cut out 2 additional rounds of dough and place on the baking sheet. Bake until light golden around the edges, 15 to 20 minutes. Cool for 10 minutes and transfer to a cooling rack to cool completely, about 15 minutes.

For the glaze: In a medium bowl, whisk together the powdered sugar, lime zest, and lemon juice until smooth. Spread about 1 teaspoon of the glaze onto each cookie leaving, a 1/4-inch border around the edge. Allow the glaze to harden for about 45 minutes before serving.

*To order “Swerve” or get information on it, go to  http://www.pcflabs.com/store/swerve.htm

Newsy Tidbits and other info…..

If you have been reading this blog for awhile, you know that we have been “fostering” a plethora of felines on our compound, desperately seeking new homes for the sweet babies!  Hallelujah, we found one!!! Thank you, very much, Paula, for opening your heart and home to one of the darlings!

There are still 2 babies in need of a forever home.  Today is our callback date to the Humane Society to see if they have room, which is no guarantee, but not only will that cost us $10 per kitten, I would truly rather these adorable wee ones went straight to a good home!  They are about 12 weeks old and so sweet.  If you have not yet seen their pictures or read their story, you can go here:

https://robynlooksup.wordpress.com/2011/08/13/lots-of-love-in-little-packages/

I have been meeting a personal challenge lately in the form of a Couch to 5K program.  Tomorrow I will be on Week 2, Day 3.  So far, so good.  By the Grace of God, the Power of the Holy Spirit, the word of my testimony, and the sheer grit all of those empower me with to get my hind end outside, I am overcoming limitations left and right!  Feel free to read about that journey and what helps me here:

https://robynlooksup.wordpress.com/2011/08/20/family-yoga-couch-to-5k-and-a-give-a-way/

I am actually looking forward to tomorrow’s run!

Also, you can picture me out there with a little pink pepper spray bottle due to a catastrophic run-in (no pun intended, since I was on a bicycle) with a Rottweiler mix nearly 2 months ago.  My left derriere STILL has a 4 inch square bruise with a scar-on-top!  Read about how God soothed me here:

https://robynlooksup.wordpress.com/2011/07/02/things-i-love-that-lift-my-spirit-part-1b-a-k-a-the-holy-spirit-is-a-crooner/

This week at Vessel’s of Clay Yoga was “grab bag week” in which rather than having just one scripture that we all shared, we “grabbed” one from a pile of previous scriptures…those scriptures have been prayed over in advance that God will send the right ones to the right people for whatever they are needing!  This is not only a good use of resources, it also allows for a little more literal “quiet time” during the beginning and end of our classes, as we quietly contemplate what God is saying to us today.  Here is the scripture God had for ME this week and as always, He was right on time:

Psalm 145:9 (NIV) The Lord is good to all; he has compassion on all he has made.

Isaiah 30:18 (The Message)  But God’s not finished.  He’s waiting around to be gracious to you.  He’s gathering strength to show mercy to you.  God takes the time to do everything right—everything.  Those who wait around for him are the lucky ones.

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Speaking of waiting and how good things come to those who wait (is THAT where that phrase came from?), some of you are waiting to find out who won this week’s give-a-way of either a yoga mat or a Vessels of Clay Yoga coffee/tea mug….and the winner is…..

Paula!!!!

(I even had Hubby draw the name for me, since we are both up-and-at-’em this morning!)

So, at your convenience, Paula, let me know which you would prefer: a yoga mat in either Buttercup Yellow or Dark Teal (check last week’s blog post for pictures) or a Vessels of Clay Yoga mug!  And congratulations!!!

Thank you to all of the participants!  It sure is fun getting your answers here and on Facebook!!!

(For those who don’t know, that’s http://www.facebook.com/pages/Vessels-of-Clay-Yoga-LLC/73576731717)

Blessings and favor be upon all of you this weekend.  Seek His face first, and you will not stumble over your own feet….Psalm 25:14-15 The Message (among many others, actually!!! I dare you to type the word “stumble” or “trip” into the search engine at Bible Gateway.com!)

Glory to God!

Family Yoga, Couch to 5k, and….. A GIVE-A-WAY?!?!

We just finished week 3 of a 4-week Family Yoga series with Vessels of Clay Yoga, and I just wanted to share with you some of the ADORABLE things we have going on!

Not only are we learning Sun Salutations and cool poses like Lizard on a Rock, Tripod, and Crow, among all sorts of others (flower, bug, Warrior II, and on and on), but we are bonding with our folks, giggling at ourselves, and learning that sometimes the “challenge” is not the pose itself, but being still and calm IN the pose…Just like life!

We are learning how much God loves us, just as we are, and that we can come to Him anytime!!!  He can be our best friend!

One more week, and then a look at the calendar for future series, I hope!  These kids and their parents have been a highlight of my week for the past 3 weeks!  I have been teaching this class on a 2 show day—BETWEEN shows—and it has been a great vitamin before I have to ramp it up again for the audience…I will miss the kiddos!

This week’s message at Vessels of Clay Yoga:

Every act of conscious learning requires the willingness to suffer injury to one’s self-esteem. That is why young children, before they are aware of their own self-importance, learn so easily. -Thomas S. Szasz

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14, Mark 10:14, Luke 18:16

(The Message versions speak of accepting “God’s kingdom in the simplicity of a child”…and it is mentioned multiple times….be blessed, little children…and be little children. =-)…)

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W1D1….Cto5K….does this cryptic language mean anything to YOU?

For me, it means I am trying again.  I tried before, but previous injuries flared up and a slight tendency toward asthma made its presence known as well…

W1D1 means Week 1, Day 1, and Cto5K means “Couch to 5k”, meaning “get up off the couch and train for a 5k, why don’t ya?”

The old hip injury (resulting in a bursitis…yes, my right hip acts as if it is many decades older than the rest of me), is hardly ever, if ever, inflamed anymore due to the expertise of my chiropractor, combined with the  body sensing and exercises I have learned as a practitioner of yoga since 2003.  Also, I have been learning about/practicing Chi Walking and Chi Running by reading the book/watching the video, etc, and thought, “why not give this a-go using those principles, now that I am feeling better?”

As for the asthma, first of all, I prefer to say that I am overcoming it, not that I have it.  I don’t own it.  I don’t want it.  I didn’t even know about it until 2002, after a few decades of life had passed!  (I had a sever case of bronchitis and was given an Inhaler at that time.  Once it was spent, I did not get another one.  I prefer not to take in any kinds of steroids, even in my lungs.)  I usually only experience symptoms after exercising in cold weather, or VERY intense cardio, or both…and the symptoms I overcome are mostly coughing later in the day or feeling a little short of breath; sometimes during the exercise I can get a bit tight feeling, but I don’t have asthma attacks, per say.

SO, again I say, why not?

I have just finished my first week, and I am very happy about it!  First, because I actually accomplished it.  Second, because thus far my hip is not bothering me any more than it might normally due to my high activity life as a performer and yoga teacher…and I usually just need to do some specific TLC to take care of it. On the asthma front, I DID feel a little tight in the chest yesterday, later in the day (which was W1D3, by the way, at the end of a long week of teaching and performing, etc), but it was also very hot on our stage which can sometimes make it hard to breathe.  Finally, I don’t get bored because I am using 3 DIFFERENT COUCH-TO-5K-PODCASTS.  Which means, in my aim to train 3 times a week, I get to listen to 3 different programs, alleviating boredom…which for me, is a sure-fire exercise killer.

I downloaded weeks one and two of each of these programs many moons ago when I was trying the first time…ok, it was early spring.  Later today, I will download the rest, since I like them so much!

They can be found at I-tunes (I use my I-pod) and are (in order of how I do them):

The Chubby Jones podcast (Mia Jones)

http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-chubby-jones-podcast/id286596177

Podcasts for Running (by Robert Ullrey)

http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/podcasts-for-running/id173959170

NHS Couch to 5K

http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nhs-couch-to-5k/id394384987

“Are you there, God? It’s me, chubby”(that’s what it says on the I-tunes album cover)

I did the Chubby Jones podcast on Day 1 because, well, it was 5 minutes shorter.  I figured I better ease into it in whatever form possible.  Mia has a mellow DJ vibe going on, and based on her website (http://chubbyjones.libsyn.com/), she has been doing this for awhile.  The music is pretty cool, but a word of caution…in her style of encouragement, she does use a few words that are allowed on TV but maybe not in your own homes…not the worst ones, mind you, and only once or twice,but you may or not be startled.  I k now, I sound like a prude, but for some of you it would be a workout killer.  For me, it wasn’t that major, and I enjoy her spirit of encouraging that comes from a place of experience!

Podcasts for Running

When I first began last spring, this was the first one I tried.  I really enjoyed it!  Occasionally when it is time to begin running, Robert preps you gradually and finishes with “Go!”, which for some reason makes me smile every time.  The music is sort of fitness/dance club sound, not irritating, not overwhelming, good beat…sort of just a good accompaniment that at this moment has nothing remarkable for me to remember other than general good vibes. The website link on I-tunes did not work for me just now, so I won’t post it…if you actually download the podcast, he does mention an e-mail address at the end…but I always think, “I am out here sweating buckets, I can’t go write that down right now!”  One of these days I will make a concentrated effort, so I can e-mail and tell him how much I like the podcast.  It is fairly no-nonsense, not emotional, but very encouraging.  Also, if you have an I-pod that has a picture window, this podcast has a graphic which shows which run you are on (Number 5 out of 8 one-minute runs, for example); I like that.

THIS JUST IN:  As I type out this blog post, I am not able to download the next podcasts from Podcasts for Running.  I have sent a note to I-tunes and hope to have it resolved soon!  I would really like to continue with my 3 different styles!

NHS Couch to 5K

The website link works, first of all, so good news there. 

I really like this one, too.  The female trainer has an accent from the United Kingdom, which for this Scotch/Irish/Welsh on my mother’s side girl who adores BBC America, Masterpiece Classic, All Creatures Great and Small, and a thousand other things UK, is simply wonderful.  The music is kind of club music and actually has some great words and messages!  Reminds me of some soundtracks I love from British movies, in fact…This was the last one I did this week, being the longest, and I certainly felt it in my last one minute run.  Keep in mind, though, I was again at the end of an already very physically and mentally taxing week….

which begs the question, why not do the hardest run first in the week, then?  Well, I thought about that, but in my world, the beginning of the work week is actually more taxing with a 2 show day in which I also teach a class, followed by a day in which I teach in the morning, followed by a show.  In other words, by Tuesday night, I am spent.  Wednesday is currently a glorious day in which my only physical activities are whatever my workout is for that day, plus one show.  I usually try to schedule office stuff that morning and have some kind of date night with my hubby that night.

So, those are my podcasts, which I am currently downloading further…if the Podcasts for Running is no longer available, I am not TOO upset (though a little; I really liked Robert’s instruction!), as both Chubby Jones and NHS have some weeks with additional run options, so I won’t be listening to exactly the same thing.
THIS JUST IN:  Did a search for Robert Ullrey’s podcasts and found this:

http://www.c25k.com/podcasts.htm

It looks as if you can download them to your computer and then add them to your I-tunes library, which I actually like anyway.  I will try it out a little later…

It’s GIVE-A-WAY time!

This week you have TWO ways to be entered into a drawing to be held at the end of next week, and yes!  You can enter both ways, gaining TWO CHANCES!

I am giving away your choice of either a Vessels of Clay Yoga coffee/tea mug or (for the driveable distance) a yoga mat.  The colors of mat to choose from are Buttercup Yellow or Dark Teal.

Yoga mats in Buttercup Yellow and Dark Teal, which would you choose?

Vessels of Clay Yoga mug; on the back it says "Beloved, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well." 3 John 1:2

How to enter:

1.  Leave a comment below, relevant to anything in this particular post, and/or

2. Go “like” Vessels of Clay Yoga on Facebook, and leave me a post on the Wall saying that you have!  (and yes, I will be checking. =-)…)  If you have already “like” the page, write THAT on the Wall!  I would love to have 500 followers by the end of today, and 8oo followers by the end of the week! Tell your friends!!!

I will announce the winner on the next blog post, and I will share some yummy recipes!!!

Blessings to all of you in all that you do!

Philippians 3:12-14

The Message (MSG)

12-14I’m not saying that I have this all together, that I have it made. But I am well on my way, reaching out for Christ, who has so wondrously reached out for me. Friends, don’t get me wrong: By no means do I count myself an expert in all of this, but I’ve got my eye on the goal, where God is beckoning us onward—to Jesus. I’m off and running, and I’m not turning back.

 

**Addendum**As of August 22, I want to add another word of caution about the Chubby Jones podcast.  I have now done the Week 2, Day 1 version.  If you are offended easily by coarse language or worldly lyrics, this is not the podcast for you.  I started this one today loving the music and the DJ’s groovy vibe, but sometimes the language is a little off-putting, and one of the songs is NOT something I would listen to…but I was able to tune it out.  Also, some non-healthy beverage options thrown out at the end…was hoping she was being facetious…
This may be a podcast you totally enjoy, and I myself will give it another week (since I only listen once a week)…but I wanted to be sure I let you know…
 

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